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E-mail to Mathias 8.20.2004

Mathias! My classes at Waseda are finally finished and I’m very happy to not have togo to those boring lectures anymore.  I think it’s time to study Japanese onmy own without the teachers troubling me with too many tests that I alwaysreceived a bad grade on.  : ) Now, I’m just teaching English at night, […]

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E-mail to German 5.23.2004

What’s up man,   Sorry for the late response.  I’m busy every day here trying to learn this pinche Japones.  Pero en serio me esta matando.  Tambien, tengo que buscar trabajo, y en serio estoy buscando trabajo en Vietnam.  Me enctanta esa pais, pero creo que para encontrar un trabajo seria dificil.  Estoy seguro que […]

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E-mail to Quyen 5.22.2004

Hello Quyen,   You have so many students!  You must be tired at the end of the day aren’t you?  I’m sure you are an excellent teacher and your students really like you!    Life here is always busy.  For Japanese, they always work and many must work on Saturday.  In Japanese society, the men […]

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E-mail to Dad 5.20.2004

Dad, Thank you very much for the files from the Apple you sent me.  I understoodall the technical jargon very well and was able to read my journal from highschool.  I was honestly transported back in time and to my previous way ofthinking.  All I can say is that I can never thank you enough […]

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E-mail to Mathias 5.19.2004

Hey Mathias! Correction, done!  It’s so much easier to translate between French andEnglish then to Japanese isn’t it!  It sounds like you’ve got a toughschedule with school,, good luck. As for Japanese class they split each level into two separate classes.  Oneclass is for people who want to study with a textbook.  In the other […]