Hiragana Exercises: ぴゃ・ぴゅ・ぴょ (pya, pyu, pyo)

hiragana_01_pya-gyo Exercises

Introduction

Sounds of the two-letter hiragana such as きゃ(kya), きゅ(kyu), and きょ(kyo) are called 拗音ようおん (yōon). Also sounds of ぴゃ (pya), ぴゅ (pyu) and ぴょ (pyo) are called yōon with 半濁点はんだくてん) (han-dakuten).

*Handakuten is『 ゜』attached to the upper right of the hiragana such as ぱ (pa) and ぴ  (pi).

The small letter “ゃ” (ya), “ゅ” (yu) or “ょ” (yo) is added after the letter of “き” (ki), “し”  (shi), “ち” (chi), “に” (ni), “ひ”, (hi), “み” (mi), “り” (ri), “ぎ” (gi), “じ” (ji), “び” (bi) or “ぴ” (pi).

Here we practice ぴゃ (pya), ぴゅ (pyu) and ぴょ (pyo).

Please learn by writing these characters in your notebook.

れんしゅう (Practice)

Let’s practice the hiragana of ぴゃ (pya), ぴゅ (pyu) and ぴょ (pyo).

はっぴゃく
Meanings Practice
はっぴゃ
(Eight hundred)

800
はっぴゃく はっぴゃく はっぴゃく はっぴゃく はっぴゃく
ろっぴゃく

Cabbage is usually written in Katakana.

Meanings Practice
ろっぴゃ
(Six hundred)
600
ろっぴゃく ろっぴゃく ろっぴゃく ろっぴゃく ろっぴゃく
ぴゅあ

Pure is usually written in Katakana.

Meanings Practice
ぴゅあ
(Pure)
公園
ぴゅあ ぴゅあ ぴゅあ ぴゅあ ぴゅあ
ぴゅーま

Puma is usually written in Katakana.

Meanings Practice
ぴゅーま
(Puma)
Puma
ぴゅーま ぴゅーま ぴゅーま ぴゅーま ぴゅーま
はっぴょう
Meanings Practice
はっぴょう
(Announcement)
いう
はっぴょう はっぴょう はっぴょう はっぴょう はっぴょう
ねんぴょう
Meanings Practice
ねんぴょう
(Chronology)
Book
ねんぴょう ねんぴょう ねんぴょう ねんぴょう ねんぴょう
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