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Hi from Sunny Singapore

Postby buttercarp » Sun 05.15.2011 4:54 am

Hi guys, I am from Singapore.
Glad to have chanced upon this website.
I have been learning Japanese for the last 2 years.
It is very difficult to learn a language without constant exposure to it.
Hope to improve my Japanese over here!
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Re: Hi from Sunny Singapore

Postby Yukiko_Leach » Sun 05.15.2011 8:46 am

Hello there! You'll have a good time learning here. They have several tools, and a warm community to help you in polishing up your Japanese! :D
" I'm not lazy, I just do things my way.. "
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Re: Hi from Sunny Singapore

Postby becki_kanou » Sun 05.15.2011 7:02 pm

Hello and Welcome to TJP!
そうだ、嬉しいんだ、生きる喜び!
例え胸の傷が痛んでも。
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Re: Hi from Sunny Singapore

Postby buttercarp » Sun 05.15.2011 9:56 pm

Yukiko_Leach wrote:Hello there! You'll have a good time learning here. They have several tools, and a warm community to help you in polishing up your Japanese! :D

Yes, I have noticed!
I love Yuki's story.
I feel that my Japanese has taken a step forward each time after listening and analyzing each chapter in detail.


becki_kanou wrote:Hello and Welcome to TJP!


A very warm community indeed!
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Re: Hi from Sunny Singapore

Postby chikara » Sun 05.15.2011 10:22 pm

TJPへようこそ  :wave:
Don't complain to me that people kick you when you're down. It's your own fault for lying there
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