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Postby ronar » Sat 11.13.2010 8:05 pm

Hello :) I'm ronarr

I'm new here, decided to finally get round to properly learning japanese as I'vre always wanted to. I'm currently learning using japanese for busy people and self teaching myself, but it's difficult lol :p Going at a steady pace but i'm still an absolute beginner

I used to watch a jdrama involving a school and a bad class of kids and the teacher was a woman from a gangster background and tried to help them if anyone could help me find it ? I used to love watching them but I forgot the name :(

Thank you :) xx
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Re: hellloo!

Postby phreadom » Sat 11.13.2010 8:17 pm

TJP e youkoso! (Welcome to TJP!) :wave:

http://wiki.d-addicts.com/Gokusen

That sounds like the show you're referring to? :)
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Re: hellloo!

Postby ronar » Sat 11.13.2010 8:21 pm

phreadom wrote:TJP e youkoso! (Welcome to TJP!) :wave:

http://wiki.d-addicts.com/Gokusen

That sounds like the show you're referring to? :)


YES! I LOVE YOU!

Haha :D I've been searching for years
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Re: hellloo!

Postby chikara » Sun 11.14.2010 7:25 pm

TJP e youkoso :)

ronar wrote:..... I'm currently learning using japanese for busy people and self teaching myself, but it's difficult ......

I used the Japanese for Busy People series in a classroom environment so if you have any questions specific to those books I may be able to help you. My copies may be a bit dated now though.

For Japanese language questions not specific to those books there are plenty of helpful people on this forum.

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