Hiragana Practice

The following hiragana characters are in random order. Please write the rōmaji (transliteration) in each yellow box.
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Quiz by Zefyrinus
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Last updated: August 19, 2020
First submittedMay 27, 2012
Times taken14,270
Rating4.74
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Level 39
Aug 5, 2016
Got them all with 44 seconds to spare. I'm pleased to know I still remember them even though I haven't practised Japanese for two years!
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Level 61
Jan 9, 2018
It's been 6 years since I finished Japanese classes. 57 seconds to spare. I'm glad to know I only forgot vocab.
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Level 67
Apr 8, 2020
As someone who doesn't speak or write Japanese, I just got A I U E O, and gave up immediately afterwards.
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Level 61
Apr 20, 2020
Accept Tsu for su
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Level 68
Aug 1, 2020
What? "Tsu" for す? That's not correct at all.
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Level 61
Oct 29, 2020
Yeah... I know but the pronunciation sounds kinda same and it's confusing (~_~メ)

Cool quiz, the randomisation makes it a lot more interesting too.

ありがとうございます

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Level 68
Aug 5, 2020
News: This quiz is now actually randomized! The hiragana will be in different order every time you take the quiz.
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Level 53
May 29, 2021
Got 6 by typing in random Japanese sounds for every box until it showed up
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Level 60
Oct 18, 2021
I don't actually know any hiragana, I just spent my time typing in various syllables and pressing tab until I found the right one, haha. I got 5 (to, hi, shi, n, and no). It'll be interesting to compare my scores when I actually start trying to learn Japanese.