This lesson linear series is a continuation of the Newbie Level Nihongo-Dojo series. You will follow the story of Haruya, a professional Japanese boxer, and. In this lesson series, you’ll review topics covered in Beginner Seasons 1 and 2 as well as learn new grammar topics and expressions. In this season, you’ll. This lesson series is a continuation of Beginner Season 4. You will hear about Haruya, the professional Japanese boxer and another young Japanese man.
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