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  1. A - like the begining of the word aardvark E - bee, keep, seek I - by O - ou - - book, smooth U - ur

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 10/05/2011

  2. ...in roma-ji and its pronunciation is ki-no-u. You should pronounce ā , ē , ī , ō , ū as aa, ee, ii, oo, uu. Usually these are called "...

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 10/03/2011

  3. ...de-pa-a-to. For ē , you type in the hiragana for...quot;good" is " ī ,", which is spelt with the hiragana i-i. " ō " is usually o-u in...which is o-o-ki-i. ū is u-u in hiragana.

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 10/03/2011

  4. In many Latin text books, macrons, circumflexes, and other pronunciation aids are given. In most languages, they are not used in real situations. With some languages, such a...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 12/02/2007

  5. Romaji is the only thing that uses ī , ō , etc. When typing in katakana, long vowels are ...

    1 Answers · Travel · 30/03/2011

  6. ...the only ones represented with a macron, or bar over the letter (as in ō and ū ). In a modernized Hepburn system, you can have a macron over...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 19/08/2012

  7. Well, the without macron style is truer to the original Japanese (since it would be two "a"s in Japanese as well) and also much easier to use. Not to mention that the with macron version does not differentiate between ou and oo but it ultimately makes no...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 17/08/2012

  8. ā = aa (sounds like ah) ī = ii (sounds like ee in eek) ū = uu (sounds like oo in boo) ē = ee (sound like eh) ō = oo or ou (sounds like oh)

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 30/01/2011

  9. ...the modern Hawaiian alphabet: A E I O U Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū H K L M P W (Plus the lower...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 13/03/2012

  10. ... Ā U+0100____ ā U+0101 Ē U+0112____ ē U+0113 Ī U+012A...+012B Ō U+014C...+014D Ū U+016A...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 31/10/2009

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