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Ikki: It's a secret.

Follow the collection to learn Japanese phrases along with anime characters! ^_^
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*sees ikki* *intense hyperventilation*
I took a Japanese class and high school, learned absolutely nothing. saw this, along with my own studying and now know 30+sentences in writing and 80+spoken sentences and over 95 words (^_^)
even though I am bad at pernouncing n spelling my uncle knows how to say these words so I have help :-)
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