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Free Japanese eBook!

Posted by J. Pierre on May 8, 2013

Our ebook is called 日本語の独学システム, which roughly means “Self-Educating Japanese System“. Many of the translations you’ll find in our ebook are literal translations. The reason for this is to help you to ”see” Japanese word order, so that you can better contrast that, with how we speak in English.

Look forward to reading our articles on Learn-Japanese.ca as we will be exploring Japanese culture both here in Canada and, in Japan. Until then, join us on Facebook and..

Download your free Japanese ebook here! ツ




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