Dyslexia and Japanese

There’s also 寺.

I mix them up all the time, it’s like only the right part registrates with me.

It’s very straightforward, and has approximately the same vowels as Japanese! Incidentally, and slightly off topic, this makes Italian really easy to sing in, as the vowel sounds are so open and consistent. You also tend to warm up the voice with Italian vowels (Although whether this is for historical or practical reasons I’m not sure. You would also tend to warm up common vowels in the language you’ll be singing in after going through the Italian ones). I’ve wondered about the ease of singing in Japanese versus Italian. Even though the vowels are similar, I tend to think of the Japanese ones as being not quite as open as Italian ones? Not sure if that’s true or just in my head? :thinking:


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