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My Korean friend introduced me to her friend.
She is studying Japanese at the same uni.
Lately, I heard that there are Japanese classes as well as many Japanese teachers at my uni.
Although I have seen a few students studying Japanese, where are those classes held? haha
If so, I wanted to know and join in as a language buddy.

I watched my friend teaching Japanese,
and sometimes helped them with pronunciation.
I can speak Japanese "pera-pera (fluently)" as a model. haha
I was surprised that my friend knows the grammar well,
and can teach very well using three languages: Korean, Japanese and English.
Actually, my friend is a Korean uni student in Japan from Korea
who came to Sydney as an exchange student.

I came across some grammatical terms such as na-adjective and te-form,
and found the Japanese language to be quite difficult.
Should I be glad to be born Japanese haha

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.

1. (in a newspaper)
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2. (in a newspaper)
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3. (in a newspaper)
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