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Randy here, nice to meet you.

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こんにちわ! Hi all, my name's Randy and I'm new to this forum. I'm a native English speaker who first started learning a second language (Japanese) about five or six years ago in Community College. Unfortunately my learning has long since slipped and I've forgotten much of what I knew. I stumbled upon this site and figured, what the heck, I might learn something new and rekindle my love of Japanese. I look forward to spending time with you all and want to wish you a Happy Holidays.

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10 minutes ago, RowdyRandy said:

こんにちわ! Hi all, my name's Randy and I'm new to this forum. I'm a native English speaker who first started learning a second language (Japanese) about five or six years ago in Community College. Unfortunately my learning has long since slipped and I've forgotten much of what I knew. I stumbled upon this site and figured, what the heck, I might learn something new and rekindle my love of Japanese. I look forward to spending time with you all and want to wish you a Happy Holidays.

Thank you Rowdy and welcome to Linguaholic.com! I hope you will have a good time here. 

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