After some searching through the Internet, I was able to download a free version of Japanese input software and installed in my pocket PC. With this software, I am now able to key in Japanese using free hand.
The Internet really helps me to learn Japanese. There are sites where you can listen to how the Japanese vowels are pronounced and how the Japanese are written according to the correct strokes. Right now, I am satisfied with my mastery of the fifty sounds. I shall go on to Katakana later when I am sure that I can recognise all the fifty vowels. I shall share what I have learnt with readers of this blog.
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