BrandonHenderso
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Learning Japanese

anyone know something on here that allows someone to learn Japanese through anime?
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I've seen that channel. in fact I was on Facebook and saw the app advertising and thought this was perfect.
Thanks for pointing out the link @AkiraCondry! I will be updating these daily @BrandonHenderso :)
There's also a learn Japanese community! https://www.vingle.net/community/Learn-Japanese that should help supplement your learning ^_^
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