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The dvd also came with an ebook that has tons of worksheets, translates each Yan story into Japanese, has quizzes and reviews and vocabulary lists, all pertaining to each and every episode. This series really addresses visual and audio learners, as well as tactile learners who prefer to use worksheets and such.
Has anyone watched this series before? Have you found it useful? I have tried to find it in stores, but it looks like I lucked out when I found it on ebay. I wish that someone would make a series like this today in a more updated way.
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Seriously, I've only seen the first episode, but I thought it looked pretty good. If I had more time I'd probably watch it. I saw the episode on Youtube, so maybe check there and see if it's still up... I think there were quite a few episodes up a little while ago.
Although with the stupid Tokyo Broadcasting System going through all the YouTube files and deleting everything it might not be there anymore ...
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Last week (or so) we were discussing the series at japanesejapanese.com and Yan himself (Nick Muhrin) showed up...
That is pure awesome
rainlong, where did you buy the DVD from?
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