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    #1

    For Japanese learners

    For Japanese learners, I made one site to introduce UsingEnglish.com.
    If you are interested in it, please visit the site.

    http://plaza.rakuten.co.jp/UsingEnglish/

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    #2
    That's rather interesting. Is there a link to our site there?

    (Spelling note: discussion)

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    Thank you RonBee

    Thank you RonBee. I corrected my typo in my site.

    It is a link. And also, I am going to explain how to use UsingEnglish.com. Because, Japanese learners are not familiar with using such sites. As there are many sites to study English written in Japanese, Japanese leaners tend to see those sites.
    I do believe this site is useful to leaners. So, I would like to bridge this site and Japanese leaners.

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    Re: For Japanese learners

    Quote Originally Posted by ROMI
    For Japanese learners, I made one site to introduce UsingEnglish.com.
    If you are interested in it, please visit the site.

    http://plaza.rakuten.co.jp/UsingEnglish/
    That's fantastic! Thanks!!!!

    PS - Have you seen this: http://www.usingenglish.com/partner-sites.html

    :D :wink:
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    Re: For Japanese learners

    Thank you Red. Amazing!

    Although I am a beginner to make my site ( it is my first experience to make my site), 200 visitors visited my site in 26hours. I hope many Japanese will visit your site. I try my best.

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    Re: Thank you RonBee

    Quote Originally Posted by ROMI
    Thank you RonBee. I corrected my typo in my site.

    It is a link. And also, I am going to explain how to use UsingEnglish.com. Because, Japanese learners are not familiar with using such sites. As there are many sites to study English written in Japanese, Japanese leaners tend to see those sites.
    I do believe this site is useful to leaners. So, I would like to bridge this site and Japanese leaners.
    You corrected the typo on your site already? Ah, that's quick work! :wink:

    There are many sites for studying English that are written in Japanese? I didn't know that.

    Is studying English a common thing in Japan?

    :)

    Welcome to our forum!


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    #7
    I've added it to the links too.

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