About は(ha) and わ(wa), it might difficult for begginer to understand the difference.
On this page, I try to explain about difference between these.
It is fewer to pronouce to “ha" than “wa"
It is fewer to pronouce to ha than wa. Because, は pronounce both ha and “wa", but わ pronounce only “wa".
And basically, in case of a noun and verb, は is used as “ha".
If use “は" as noun, “ha", は＝ha.
- teeth (tooth)
- leaf (leaves)
If use “わ" as noun, “wa", わ＝wa
- I (me)
Case of writing English in Japanese
As a particle, “は = wa" when use only it
- what is this
kore “wa" nan desu ka?
- Teeth is there(I have teeth)
ha “wa" arimasu
- My mother laughs hahaha showing her teeth.
(watashi no) haha “wa" ha wo dashite 「hahaha」 to warau.