2021年October

Online classes

On Friday morning, I have online English conversation with everyone in Fukui. Everyone is working in the travel relationship. The head office seems to be in the United States. It is a brush-up of English conversation because there is a world conference in Hawaii next year. Zoom is now so fun to use. The class is very exciting! Language This page has been translated automatically. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.

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Eiken

If you want to benefit from eiken in high school entrance exams, it is recommended to aim for passing level 2 by the third year of junior high school Eiken acquisition will work advantageously for high school entrance exams. I think this will be a great benefit for junior high school students to get eiken. Some public high schools can expect to make an addition point in the in-app. In many schools, it seems that level 3 or higher is the subject of evaluation. In the case of a private school, it seems that there are various ways to handle eiken, but there seem to be the following cases besides the addition points of the academic achievement test. There are cases where it is mandatory to maintain the 3rd and 2nd grade as a condition for the recommendation entrance examination, and cases where the EIKEN CSE score is evaluated by the conversion table of the high school without performing a written examination in the academic ability selection. In the case of high schools and English departments that focus on English, there seem to be many patterns that are considered for exemption from some test items and pass/fail judgment. Listening is important to get used to, and the reason is that English is a language that has more sounds than Japanese. In addition to the basic 50 sounds, Japanese is pronounced using about 100 sounds in total, such as turbid sounds. On the other hand, English is pronounced using about 1,800 sounds! So, early childhood to memorize words is the most recommended! The sponge enters more and more like absorbing water. I would be happy if I could help such children.                https://online.coney.org/Language this page has been translated automatically. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.

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Chocolate Cookies

yummy! yummy! yummy! Also, I was asked by Mary, a Japanese class. It is a cookie often seen in her FB. It looks delicious, I want to eat it! When I was thinking a lot, my dream came true. It is what I wish.!(^^)! Thank you immediately. Japanese classes always seem to be fun to hear laughter. For the future of children born in Japan, mothers are also studying Japanese. Language This page has been translated automatically. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.

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