2 Replies ・ Started by JSnow at 2019-06-30 06:48:35 UTC ・ Last reply by Leebo at 2019-07-01 00:39:13 UTC
This is a discussion about 違う


I picked up somewhere that あ+う=おう was true

But I guess that's not the case

or maybe it's a rule of thumb with some exceptions ?

Or does this rule only apply when to separate words, with those letters, are combined in a sentence, not to words themselves, mayhaps?

Or is it completely baseless?

Any feedback would be much appreciated : )

jakobd2 at 2019-06-30 09:29:39 UTC

Never seen this. Do you have any examples or a source?

Leebo at 2019-07-01 00:39:13 UTC

Yeah, this isn't something I've ever heard of.

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