I would first want to gauge your level by speaking for a little while in Japanese; from there I would like to get a sense of where you want to improve (reading comprehension, speaking, kanji, grammar) and select an appropriate resource to use for guided practice.
I am a second-year student majoring in Japanese Studies at SUNY Albany; I have been self-learning the language for over 6 years, and am at a level of proficiency where I can read books in Japanese and hold conversations with natives.
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