Wrapped up Kiyoshi's Second Year w/ Speech

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Dec 22, 2011 23:42 Japan 英語 English Japanese 日本語 News Topics 英字新聞 newspaper Times
Kiyosh gave a speech to students and teachers at the podium as a representative of the first graders at the closing ceremony of the second school term.
Good job, Kiyoshi!

Kiyoshi's English Education Report Vol. 40:
As usual, today's lesson started with exclusively going over the things he hasn't put firmly yet among those which have ever been learned.
Then he stepped toward practical use of "this, that and it."
Next, he worked on new words, the cardinal number, up to five.

More over the lesson continued with a pleasant new educational tool.
Thanks Bessie, it's really nice for him to learn new words as using such enjoyable vocabulary cards which you bought today. In fact, today's Kiyoshi looked extremely enthusiastic about English.
So I gave him lessons in twice today. Wow, when I came to it, already the total hours of both had amounted over the course of more than four hours!


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川越潤一 (Nako)
Free translation by Junichi Kawagoe (Nako)
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