I am very new to the Japanse language, I just started to learn it a few weeks ago. So far I know all of hiragana and katakana but almost no kanjis, not much vocabulary and almost no grammar. I am almost done with Wanikani level 1.
To get more fluent and proficient with hiragana and katakan and especially with Japanse pronunciation, I would like to practise reading and speaking/pronouncing it - even if I do not understand what I read and speak. Is there any reading material that
consist of katakana an hiragana only (so I will be able to read it)
allows me to click on a word, phrase or sentence and listen to how it sounds or generally comes with an audio version of it (so I can verify my pronunciation)
Regarding 2., I discovered that my iPhone (iOS 13) can ready any Japanese text to me when I select it. It is an accessibility feature I can turn on in iOS. Would you say that the pronunciation of this is good enough for verification of my pronunciation? If that is the case, I wouldn’t need text with audio, iOS could do this for me.
I found Dogens series on pronunciation excellent(second part of the phonetics series), even though it was geared towards English speakers and my pronunciation is already quite decent, if I say so myself. If anything, the positioning of the tongue, throat etc. was super interesting.