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Hi there!

My name is Margret and I'm from Iceland. I guess my interest in Japan started with Pokemon honestly but I got more into it when I discovered visual kei bands and manga. I've been studying Japanese for a while and I was an exchange student in Japan in 2013.

I hope I can learn more about Japan while I'm on here (。・ω・。)
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Name: Kai
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First Breath: June/20/1986

Hi to all, i have been studying Japanese for years but i just started studying it seriously 5 months ago.

I don't pretend to travel to Japan, i just wanna learn Japanese in order to understand my hobbies (Manganime and videogames).

Since this is a English forum, i should warn you about my English since i'm spanish. Feel free to correct me, it would be much appreciated.

My Japanese level should be around N4 and N3, i'm pretty newby yet.

Well, that's all for my presentation.

よろしくお願いします!
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Hello everyone I' m Nia (well actually it's just a part of my own name) , itariajin desu and I have a real passion for Japan culture and I really like anime and manga. I' d like to

improve my japanese but I' m still a beginner learner. Nice to meet all of you.
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Hello every one, my names Adam. I am a newbie trying to learn Japanese. I am at the end of my semester in Japanese 101. My interest in Japan stems from a childhood of anime and role playing games. As an adult though, I have come to appreciate so much more of Japanese culture.

I hope that through this forum I can increase my knowledge of the Japanese language.
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Hello! - 12-26-2016, 11:19 PM

Name: Na11/Danyea
Coming to you from: Philadelphia
First Breath: 01/01/2003 - I'm almost 14!
intentions and whatnot: I'm great to find an active japan & japan pop culture community! I'm willing to discuss manga, anime, jpop and japan in geneal.
why do you want to go to japan: I love that place! For the food, the cute cities and manga and jpop and anime surrounding me as well as getting to talk to other Japanese and explore and, and and..

I'm a huge weeabo lol.
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Nice to meet everyone. I've been studying Japanese for a long time. I've lived and worked in Japan and I love both the language and the culture. I especially love the food but I'm interested in pretty much all aspects of Japan, including pop culture. I hope to have some fun discussions with you all.
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Welcome everyone. This forum used to be a very lively place before an immense spam attack killed it. Hopefully more people will join up and post, and it will become as fun as it used to be.
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Welcome everyone. This forum used to be a very lively place before an immense spam attack killed it. Hopefully more people will join up and post, and it will become as fun as it used to be.
Thanks for the welcome ... yeah I was told that... it was a shame indeed that's a forum with many interesting articles and topics and moreover , at least for me, a good way to practice my english and learning more about
Japan and japanese language aswell.


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Thanks for the welcome ... yeah I was told that... it was a shame indeed that's a forum with many interesting articles and topics and moreover , at least for me, a good way to practice my english and learning more about
Japan and japanese language aswell.
Good luck in your studies, feel free to ask questions. I live in central Tokyo, and though I am not Japanese, I have been in Japan long enough to have had some great experiences, and a few not-so-great ones.

Hopefully others will chime in over time,

宜しく
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Good luck in your studies, feel free to ask questions. I live in central Tokyo, and though I am not Japanese, I have been in Japan long enough to have had some great experiences, and a few not-so-great ones.

Hopefully others will chime in over time,

宜しく
Oh arigatou thank you very very much ... so I'll take advantage of your kindness by asking .... when should I use GOMEN and when SUMIMASEN?
( I thought gomen less formal and sumimansen more formal)

and why to ask : "How old are you" are two ways ?

I mean
Oikutsu desu ka?
and
Nansai desu ka?
Always the differece between formal and informal ???

Sorry if I ask and thanks for your kind reply

Sorry I'm quite off topic here :/


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