Speaking Japanese — What Exactly is Rendaku?

When learning Japanese, you would have encountered several patterns in speech. For example, while a person in Japanese is δΊΊ (ひと, hito), the plural may be δΊΊγ€… (ひとびと, hitobito). In a rather similar fashion, time is ζ™‚ (とき, toki), while sometimes is ζ™‚γ€… (ときどき, tokidoki). You may be asking, what is the pattern here? Notice … Continue reading Speaking Japanese — What Exactly is Rendaku?