2 December 2018 by wolfganghofmeier
ha は and he へ can be normal syllables of words as well as grammatical particles. When they are particles, their pronunciations are different: wa は and e へ
1) bare feet
2) Moheji (a company)
There are many other words containing the syllables ha and he, but they are mostly spelled using kanji, not hiragana.
In most cases, wa は and e へ are grammatical particles.
1) The cow eats grass.
Ushi wa k
usa o tabemas u.
2) College students need to respond to changes in society.
Daigakusei mo shakai no henka e no taiō ga hitsuyō ni.
[The particle e is the preposition to in English here.]
3) To fighting warriors
Tatakau senshi-tachi e