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  • NaG on Jalup AdvancedI resubmitted, hopefully with correct spelling this time!
  • TheJapanCode on Jalup AdvancedThanks for your answer! I'm already blasting through media so that part wont be a problem haha, rewatching shows I have watched in dub / sub in the past that I've been meaning to rewatch,...
  • AdamAdam on The Difference Between 嫌 and 嫌いThere is a lot to wonder about these words!
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Feeling as Comfortable in Japanese as you do in English

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Not Seeing any Improvement in your Japanese?

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Unable to Recall Multiple Parts of One Card

You thought you learned a card well. You did. But when it comes up in a review, things start to ...
Wakarukana Introduction

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