Elementary students who want to go to private middle schools, usually go to cram schools, which is called "juku" in Japanese. She wanted to go to the same cram school as him, so she started to go there last week. The cram school has some rooms to study themselves, so they goes there together every day. He has some tests right now, so he can go there every evening, but after his tests, he won't be able to go there in the same time like she goes there because of a club activity. He does rhythmic sportive gymnastics.
The cram school sends an e-mail when the students enter and leave the room. It is on the same street as my apartment building and it's just a next next building. It is a minute away from my house, but she doesn't go home after half an hour. He and my daughter climb up the stairs even though our apartment building has an elevator. They are talking about something during climbing up. I asked her what kind of matters they were talking about, but she said "That's a secret. He asked me to speak anything to no one."
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My daughter is planning to go to a private middle school, so she is studying hard now. One of the reasons she wants to go there is that her favorite boy friend goes there. She gave a chocolate to him on Valentine's Day this year. In Japan, girls give chocolate to their favorite boys on Valentine's Da