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A Little Help Please?
#1
I couldnt



bring my japanese books to California, all of them are in Lima, and well I have a lot of time free, and I wanted



to study japanese on my own (also english), so! I've been looking for a free online japanese classes,



but the ones I 've found are not complete, they just teach how to write katakana and hiragana and some



verbs, only that, maybe if somebody knows for a good and complete website with japanese lessons would let me



know? please!!



Thanks!



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Ally
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Ally, I



have just the thing for you: <img src='http://www.halvsie.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Smile' />



<a



href='http://www.vincentvds.net/blog/archives/000302.html' target='_blank'>Achikochi: Japanese through the



Internet</a>



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Japanese Language Proficiency Test[/url]



The other thing is that you should go to your local library and



take out some books from there.



Also, if you are in SoCal, try taking a Japanese class at one of your



local colleges or universities. That is the best way, because you will be learning with others at a similar



level and have the structure of the classroom to motivate you.



Also Kinokuniya has bookstores in both LA



(JapanTown) and Costa Mesa, so you can go there to pick up good textbooks and kanji cards. The staff is usually



very friendly and helpful.



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Los Angeles Store



123 Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka Street, Suite 205, Los Angeles, CA 90012, U.S.A. 213-687-4480



Costa Mesa



Store 3030 Harbor Blvd., Suite G3, Costa Mesa, CA 92626, U.S.A. 714-662-2319
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id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteEBegin--> Ally, I have just the thing for you: <img src='http://www.halvsie.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Smile' />



[url="http://www.vincentvds.net/blog/archives/000302.html"]Achikochi: Japanese through the Internet[/url]



<a



href='http://www.vincentvds.net/blog/archives/000167.html' target='_blank'>Achikochi: Japanese Language



Proficiency Test</a>



[/quote]





Thank you so much! The web site has a lot of useful things! and thanks for the bookstore addresses Costa



Mesa is not far from here!



Ally
Happiness is not something ready made,it comes from your own actions. XIV Dalai Lama
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Gambatte



ne!



Tell us how things are going and if you need any questions answered, feel free to leave them with



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