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  • As topic how to type it please?


    Edit: In romanji-styled japanese typing. I can't find how to typing it and it's really a major problem when I wish to type "tsu dtsu ku" or "To be continue"


    Any help will be appreciated.

    • This topic was modified 8 years, 5 months ago by SniperReady.

    “You” works with the google IME. Always pronounced to ’now, if im not mistaken.

    Works with Microsoft IME and the iPhone / Pad Japanese keyboard too.

    That said, when was it ever romanised as “dtsu”?

    I always thought it was romanised dzu.

    Oh, there’s been many different romanizations of Japanese over the years - づ is one of the ones that gets a new spelling seemingly every time someone re-evaluates things. It's been dzu, you, too, but I've never seen dtsu. Though I admit I wouldn't be terribly surprised if it did exist.

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