UZBEK VLOG - Yapon tili ni tez o'rganish uchun 10ta usul!

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Yaponiyada magazin ishi, maxsus intervyu va oyliklar,

yaponiyada ishlash, magazin ishi, maxsus Xusniddindan interrvyu oldim, oylik ish haqqi qancha, aynan shu vidoeda bilib olasiz, agar video manzur bo'lgan bo'lsa klass bilan baholang, rahmat!

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