What's going on here?

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Am I really messing up?..

jo, not jiyo. notice how the ‘yo’ is littler in the correct than in your answer?

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It’s じょ (jo) not じよ (jiyo). Small ょ.
Edit: Damn ninjas :slight_smile:

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How do you add the smaller characters?

It does it on its own. Just, instead of typing “jiyo” you type "jo"
ji = じ
jo = じょ
jiyo = じよ

ooooooooooooooooooh, learned something new today

If you’re new you should read through the FAQ, it answers this as well as other common first time problems. https://www.wanikani.com/faq

you’ll also see little つ characters, which elongate the following character.
natto = なっと
natsuto = なつと

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Though if for the rare occasion you do need to manually type it, typing ‘x’ first should make it a smaller character (xyo = ょ, xtsu = っ). I have very rarely ever needed to do this and never on wanikani.

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Not really new, it’s just that I was so used to write everything out syllable by syllable @_@ and din’t know that you could just go straight to a single syllable. I’ll take a look at i!

Knowing beforehand would of been helpful =p

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