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Sarahu
  • All of them are fefered to "記者ハンドブック" puplished by 共同通信社
  • My reference for all of these is "記者ハンドブック" published by 共同通信社
My reference for all of these is
Sarahu
  • So, I would like to pick it up for today's journal.
  • So, I would like to follow up on their mistake for today's journal.
follow up on their mistake
warrentaylor
  • Today's lesson continued by midnight which was over the course of about three hours.
  • Today's lesson continued by through midnight which and was over the course of about three hours.
continued by → continued through
  • After little more than an hour of teaching English, I got an unexpected client without an appointment.
  • After little over than an hour of teaching English, I got an unexpected client without an appointment.
After little more than an hour → After little over an hour
  • I can say that teaching Kiyoshi English seems to be a battle against the time in a means.
  • I can say that teaching Kiyoshi English seems to be a battle against the time, in a sense.
in a means → , in a sense
  • As continuing to yesterday's diary,
  • As continuing with yesterday's diary,
continuing with
  • 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.
  • As usual, today's lesson started with exclusively going over the things he hasn't completely grasped/learned including things which have never been learned.
completely grasped/learned
  • In that precise moment, I asked him where the sun and moon was.
  • At that very moment, I asked him where the sun and moon was.
At that very moment
  • On usual Sunday, we are so busy at work.
  • Like a normal Sunday, (Or: As usual,) we are so busy at work.
Like a normal Sunday
  • After a long struggle, Kiyoshi completed a whole curriculum of learning all the 26 words in alphabetical order!
  • After a long struggle, Kiyoshi completed a whole lesson of learning all the 26 words in alphabetical order! (in textbooks, organization goes: units-->chapters-->lessons. 'Curriculum' is normally a much broader term.)
units-->chapters-->lessons

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