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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! When you don’t want to answer your parents’ questions about your grades during your study in Japan, you tell them that you’re doing well in certain aspects of your Japanese courses. Of course, your parents pick up on the fact that you’re hedging the question, and they ask you about how [...]
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Storybird is een website waar je met je leerlingen verhalen kunt schrijven. Op de site staan verschillende databanken met afbeeldingen (per thema of per tekenaar). Deze afbeeldingen sleep je zo in je boek en je kan er direct een tekstje bij …


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