I was just browsing some Pokemon gijinka drawings and I found this one with some Katakana and Hiragana on it! I thought I’d tried translating it but I still have no idea what it says. Does anyone know:
- What it means
- Why does the drawer use ヽ (Katakana iteration mark) instead of ゝ (Hiragana iteration mark)? Or maybe I’m misreading what that mark is.
- What are those three dots by the う? Is that actually part of the text or just part of the drawing?
The drawing in question: https://weheartit.com/entry/24237433
I think it says:
I don’t know what the mark is but i don’t think is an iteration mark
Three dots are the tenten mark for the “ga” particle
You shouldn’t do anything rash.
I don’t know what you’re asking about in question 2.
Aye, that’s a し, not an iteration mark. し in handwritten styles can often be fairly straight.
Ah the し looked so straight in the drawing so I didn’t read it as し
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