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  1. Hello! Hello! Hello! Let's study languages together! I'm providing online Japanese, Bulgarian and English lessons. My name is Diana. I'm a native Bulgarian, TESOL certified, JLPT N2 in the Japanese language, and I have three years of teaching experience. The most important for me in language learning is enjoying the process and having fun with the language. If you are interested, you can sign up for a free trial lesson from my site. https://www.didimihova.com/
  2. 1. What is Kanji? Kanji is the kanji used in the Japanese writing system along with Hiragana and Katakana. Learning Kanji for beginner that Japanese people are using now include Chinese characters imported from China and Chinese characters created by the Japanese. 2. Why learn Kanji? Japanese has many homophones but different meanings, it is necessary to rely on Kanji to determine the meaning of the word. Currently in Japan, the names of stations, shops or signs are mostly written in Kanji, so learning Kanji is essential if you want to travel or live in Japan. St
  3. Hey guys Haven't been posting much lately! Been super busy making a Comprehensive Japanese Hiragana & Katakana course! Just launched it recently and already have over 1000 students from all over the world (78 different countries! sorry it's really exciting for me! :D)! So I wanted to invite people from my favorite linguistics forum as well! Together with my friend (native speaker), we've made a full blown course with about 5 hours of content, teaching both Hiragana and Katakana and some Kanji as well! You'll be getting the exact instructions on how to write the cha
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