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Joshua D.

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Location:

Morrisville, NC
Hometown: Morrisville

Member since:

November 8, 2009

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Reason for studying Japanese language and culture?

I studied Japanese in college, but due to my circumstances and jobs out of college most of my vocab has faded away.

Introduction

Aspiring polyglot. Japanese was the first language I got to Fluency and I'm always looking for practice, now that I've become laughably rusty. I also speak French, Dutch, some Swedish, and a tiny bit of Czech.


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