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Conversation Club and Discord!

Every single subscriber will have the chance and opportunity to join the Thinking in the English discord community. We will be hosting discussions about the podcasts, study rooms, recommendations, and general chat!

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The full conversation with Honoka

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Do you want to hear bonus episodes? Then join the English Lover or English Master tiers of the Patreon. I will be talking about more personal, anecdotal, and informal topics over on Patreon. And you will be able to request topics as well!

Want to hear about my travels? Want to learn why I moved to Japan? Want to discover my recommended books and podcasts? These are the kind of episodes I will be releasing on Patreon. And don’t worry – you will still get vocabulary lists and transcripts!

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A preview of the bonus episodes available on the Patreon!

1-1 English Classes With Me

The top tier English Masters will receive a one hour English class every month as part of their subscription. I don’t teach much English anymore, so if you want 1-1 classes this is the best way to guarantee time with me.

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