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Hi everyone:)

I love learning languages. It is my passion!

I started a blog where I share my journey of learning languages. I try to explain the things that I studied and learned in a simple way,  I believe that it is a good practice for me.

If you are interested in learning Japanese, Korean or Chinese, please take a look at my blog, you might like it!

https://mylanguageslearningjourney.blogspot.com/2017/11/japanese-another-usage-of.html#more

 

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