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Wednesday, July 6th, 2005
4:49 pm - Hiya
ritesofspirit Hey everyone. My name is Luke and i reside in Conyers Georgia, about thirty minutes south of Atlanta. I love anything and everything Japanese, so i thought i would join. My LJ is
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Hey everyone. My name is Luke and i reside in Conyers Georgia, about thirty minutes south of Atlanta. I love anything and everything Japanese, so i thought i would join. My LJ is <lj-user=ritesofspirit> So come read, comment, and i will comment on yours after i add you guys as my friends.

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Tuesday, June 7th, 2005
12:39 am - Kanji Heaven!

saikan
I am a'goosh with delight in finding this website. For any who are looking to practice/learn kanji, it is a must! *_*
http://usuarios.lycos.es/gsanroman/grades.php

This website will generate a PDF file based on which Joyo grade you need to work on. Sweet! I'm just so.. EEE! :D

Ahem. Sorry. :) Enjoy!

Um, yeah. I'm crossposting this bad boy.

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Monday, May 30th, 2005
7:57 pm - A fun activity: Name that town! Or... yeah. o.o v

saikan
I took a map of Georgia and redid the words in Japanese, mainly katakana, of course. Enjoy:
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1:44 pm - First post. Yay!

saikan
Well, heya to all you Georgians out there, and anyone else who popped over for the heck of it.

Just some FYI stuff that you may or may not know, concerning Japanese in Georgia:

Irasshai Explorer (Georgia Public Broadcasting):
http://168.28.132.151/peachstar/explorer/homepg.htm
Irasshai Homepage (GPB):
http://168.28.132.151/peachstar/irasshai/homepg.htm

Irasshai plays on GPB, mornings at 4:00 AM to 4:30 AM, Tuesday through Friday. It's for beginners, though. I was watching it as a second semester student and found the ease a bit much. However, it is good for getting an ear for Japanese.

But so is Fujisaki News and Anime. :)

And if you have cable, you might want to check out AZN: http://www.internationalchannel.com/

Feel free to discuss your classes, if you're taking them. What books are you using, materials, etc. If you want a translation, though, you might have better luck with other communities with native speakers. :)

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