TOEFL100点以上を目指す社会人の方のための集中勉強会のご案内です。

一回の受講で、100点までの道のりが明確に見えるようになりますので、安心してその後の勉強を実施することができます。

TOEFL学習記録105

international coordination is nevertheless necessary in light of the strong propensity of nations to act selfishly (を踏まえて、を考慮すると、に照らすと)

in light of history 歴史的に見ると
The main reason why an international effort is necessary is that, left to their own devices,(他から干渉されず自分の意思でやりたいようにする) individual nations, like people, will act according to their short-term motives and self-interest.

left to their own devices (when left unconstrained)
イディオム

Left to their own devices, left to their own devices, left to their own devices, left to their own devices

The mere existence of military weapons indicates that self-interest and national survival are every nation’s prime drivers.

The mere existence of weapons indicates that self-interest is every nation’s prime drivers.

The mere existence of , the mere existence of , the mere existence of , the mere existence of

Furthermore, nations, like people, tend to rationalize their own self-serving(利己的な)policies and actions.

Rationalize their own self-serving policies, rationalize, rationalize, rationalize, justify, rationalize, rationalize, justify

Emerging nations might argue, for example, that they should be exempt from energy conservation because it is the industrialized nations who can better afford to make sacrifices and who use more resources in the first place.


Emerging nations, emerging nations, emerging nations, emerging nations,
Exempt from, exempt from, exempt from, exempt from, exempt from exempt from exempt from

It is the developed nations who use more resources in the first place
It is the industrialized nations who use more resources in the first place
In the first place, in the first place, in the first place, in the first place

Only by way of an international effort, based largely on coercion(強制) of strong leaders against detractors, along with an appeal to self-interest, have we made some progress.

Coercion, coercion, coercion, coercion, coerce, coerce, coerce, coercion, coercion スペル注意、coercion, coercion

We have made some progressの倒置法
Have we made some progress, have we made some progress, have we made some progress

efforts of individual nations to thwart international drug trafficking have proven largely futile

thwart drug trafficking, thwart drug trafficking, trafficking, trafficking, trafficking, trafficking, thwart θwˈɔɚt 発音に注意 trafficking スペル trafficking, trafficking,

have proven largely futile

futile effort 無駄な努力
prove futile 無駄とわかる
Comply. Your resistance is futile. 抵抗しても無駄だ。Seven of Nineの有名なセリフ。

have proven futile, have proven futile, have proven futile, have proven futile, futile,

By the same token (Similarly), the problem of energy conservation transcends (go beyond) national borders in that either all nations must cooperate, or all will ultimately suffer.

By the same token, by the same token, by the same token, by the same token, by the same token, 使ってみたい

Transcends national borders in that either all nations must cooperate, or all will eventually fail.
Transcend borders, transcend national borders, transcends national borders, スペル、transcend, transcend, transcend, transcend

In conclusion, nations are made up of individuals who, when left unconstrained, tend to act in their own self-interest and with short-term motives.

Act in their own interest, act in their own interest, act in their own interest, act in their own interest, act in their own interest, it is in our best interest

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ほっちーさんが高校の英語の先生になられます。

久しぶりにとても嬉しい知らせです。

ほっちーさんが高校の英語教員採用試験にめでたく合格されました。

英検1級、TOEIC990点を取得済み。

ほっちーさんがすごいのはその情熱が半端ではないこと。

若いころに大変苦労され、大学に入り必死に勉強し、英検1級、TOEIC990点を習得されました。

なかなかできることではありません。

今後、数千人、数万人の高校生がほっちーさんに助けられ、英語が好きになり、社会に出ていくことになります。

ほっちーさんから英語を習う生徒は本当に幸せと思います。

私も、ほっちー先生に英語を教えてもらいたかった。

本当におめでとうございます。

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TOEFL学習記録104

ネットでGMATの作文集を見つけた。
http://gmatclub.com/forum/awa-compilations-223-essays-86274.html

ログイン(ID,パス)登録必要。

作文の品質がすごく高く、こんな品位のある英文が書けたら素晴らしいと思う。まずは、英借文。しゃれた表現を盗み自分のものにする。


The extent to which the broadcast media should be censored for offensive language and behavior involves a conflict between our right of free speech and the duty of the government to protect its citizenry from potential harm.
とてもかっこいい言い方。この英文を書いたら、絶対高く評価される。

The extent to which the media should be censored involves a conflict between A and B.

In my view, our societal interest in preventing the harm that exposure to obscenity produces takes precedence over the rights of individuals to broadcast this type of content. この文もぜひ真似たい。

A takes precedence over B.   AがBより優先する。

Although we may not have conclusive scientific evidence of a cause-effect relationship, ample anecdotal evidence establishes a significant correlation.
使えそうな文章。

Although we may not have conclusive evidence of a cause-effect relationship, ample anecdotal evidence establishes a significant correlation.

因果関係を示す決定的な証拠はないが、たくさんの事例証拠が有意な因果関係を確立している。エッセーにはとても使えそうな強力な表現。

The harm it produces is, in my view, both palpable and profound.
Palpable and profound (影響は明白かつ深淵)
Palpable ぜひ使ってみたい単語。

Both outcomes, in turn, tear apart the social fabric that holds a society together.

美しい表現。ぜひ使ってみたい。
Tear apart the social fabric that holds a society together

Those who advocate unbridled (拘束できない) individual expression might point out that the right of free speech is intrinsic to a democracy and necessary to its survival.

intrinsic beauty 固有の美、本来備わっている美しさ、

Those who advocate A point out that

The right of free speech is intrinsic to a democracy and necessary to its survival.
この表現かっこいい。政治家が使うような。

Even so, this right is not absolute, nor is it the most critical element.

This right is not absolute, nor is it the most critical.
書けそうで書けない。

In my assessment, the interests served by restricting obscenity in broadcast media are, on balance, more crucial to the survival of a society.

The interests served by restricting violence in the media are, on balance, more critical to the survival of a society.

The interests served by ~によってもたらされる利益

Benefitsではなくinterestsを使うのがかっこいい。

Advocates of free expression might also point out difficulties in defining “obscene” or “offensive” language or behavior.

Advocates of A points out 使ってみたい。

But in my view, however difficult it may be to agree on standards, the effort is worthwhile.

However difficult it may be to agree on standards, the effort is worthwhile.
使えそう。

In sum, it is in our best interest as a society for the government to censor broadcast media for obscene and offensive language and behavior.

It is in our best interests for to . 最大の利益になる、最善

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Hackers のMP3ファイル、韓ショップで頼めます。

いままでなぜ気がつかなかったかと後悔。

TOEICとTOEFLでHackersの本を買うと、音声のカセットテープを買わざるを得なかった。なぜなら、champstudy.co.kr でMP3ファイルが購入できるのだが、韓国人でないと買えない仕組みになっており、泣く泣くカセットを購入していた。

今回、韓ショップに依頼したら、代金+500円の手数料で、Hackers iBT TOEFL Actual Test Speaking のMP3ファイルをゲットしてくれた。

200MBの大きなファイルなので、メールでの受信は不可能。自分のヤフーボックスのID パスを通知し、ボックスにアップロードしてもらった。今日頼んで、すぐファイルを入手してくれた。韓ショップのサービスすごいです。パスは後で別のパスに変更すればよい。

TOEIC Hackers Listening 1000のファンの方、すでにカセットを買ってしまった方は無用ですが、これから購入を予定の方は韓ショップを通じてMP3ファイルが買えます。

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TOEFL学習記録103

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First impressions tells a lot about people.

A significant number of people distrust their first impressions of people. Although I agree that first impressions are sometimes misleading, I firmly believe that first impressions are usually correct because people’s appearances and speech inevitably reveal their perspectives and attitudes to life. On top of that, people’s clothes reveal what images they want to present to the world.

To begin with, I strongly believe that people’s appearances such as facial expressions, body motions, and tone of voices, can accurately portray theirpersonalities and attitudes toward life. This is because people’s habitual facial and body expressions, which are the outward expressions of their minds, accurately reflect their emotional reactions and responses to the outer world. For example, experienced interviewers can evaluate and judge characteristics of a candidate during the first few minutes of an interview. According to their accounts, an optimistic person has brighter facial expressions, a high tone of voice, and more active hand motions. In contrast, a pessimistic person with low self-esteem has more solemn facial expressions, a quiet voice, and minimum body motions. This example demonstrates that people’s appearances can accurately disclose a lot about people.

In addition, people’s clothes reveal what messages they want to project to the world. This is largely because what people wear is a self-expressive kind of uniform to the world. To illustrate, those who wear dirty, torn, and ill-fitting clothes convey the message to the world that they are messy, disorganized, and do not care about their appearances. In contrast, people wearing neat, well-organized, stylish clothes are most probably want to present images to the outside world that they are interested in how they look and want to make good impressions.

In conclusion, initial impressions are usually accurate because their appearances and speech reveal their characteristics and attitudes to the world. In addition, people’s clothes show what images they want to convey to the world. For these reasons, I strongly believe that first impressions are usually correct and explain a lot about people’s personalities and attitudes.
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五十峰聖(いそみねせい)先生のTOEFL講座に参加しました。

CIEE主催のTOEFL iBT教授法ワークショップ名古屋に参加してきました。

9:30~17:00

講師は五十峰聖(いそみね せい)先生と川手恩先生

すべて英語による講義でした。

五十峰先生、帰国子女ではありませんが、ほとんどネイティブ並みのすばらしい英語で、ダイナミックなレッスンをされました。このような優れた先生から学ぶことのできる生徒は本当に幸せだと思います。

今後の私のTOEFL修行に刺激になりました。

ところで、葛山先生のブログで五十峰先生がTOEFL Speaking対策を詳細に連載されています。大変ためになりますので、参考にしてください。

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TOEFL学習記録102

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Gossip is a trait shared by every culture.
It is an inherent human nature to compare oneself to others, especially to the rich and the famous.
Large sales in gossip media and the invasion of their privacy reflect the fact that the public is engrossed (fascinated) with celebrities’ lives (too much attention to the personal lives of celebrities).
This is because gossip about celebrities (public figures) has become the most alluring way for the media to make profits. The media has become very efficient at gathering the latest and most intriguing stories about celebrities’ personal lives. Stars try to appeal to viewers with a down-to-earth approach. They disclose their personal lives, such as their newest lovers, without hesitation and shame. The media successfully sells tabloids and TV programs because the media caters to the public’s fascination with celebrities. The number of realty shows that reveals stars’ private lives.
On top of that, many celebrities feel that their privacy has been invaded by the media. The competition among the media is so intense(fierce)fierce that they pay huge sums of money to photographers and reporters to be the first to disclose the more private parts of lives of celebrities, such as their newest lovers, divorces, and breakups. The growing number of multi-million-dollar lawsuits best illustrate this phenomenon. Some celebrities take legal action to protect their personal lives. JK Rawling, the author of the famous Harry Potter stories, sued a tabloid for invasion of privacy when it published a photo of her son. She complained that her child’s privacy was invaded (assaulted).assaulted assault. Large sales of the gossip media and the invasion of celebrities’ privacy reflect too much attention to the personal lives of celebrities. Shows the excessive interests in the lives of celebrities. TV programs and magazines devoted to celebrities, people can see the trend of celebrity watching is here to stay, at least for now. Here to stay, at least for now.

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People today pay too much attention to the private lives of celebrities.

Outline:
TS1:The gossip media is very popular and make profits.
Example 1: realty shows, gossip magazines, revealing the most private parts, newest lovers, marriages, and breakups.
TS2:The privacy of celebrities is invaded
Example 2: JK Rawling lawsuit her son photographed
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People today pay too much attention to the private lives of celebrities.

Gossip seems to be a trait shared by every culture. It is an inherent human nature to compare oneself to others, especially to the rich and the famous. I agree that people are engrossed with the private lives of celebrities, which is evidenced by the enormous popularity of the gossip media and the invasion of the privacy of celebrities.
First, many tabloids, magazines, and TV programs disclose the private lives of celebrities. This is because disclosing the privacy of the famous is the most alluring way for the media to make profits. The media has become very effective at gathering the latest and the most intriguing stories about personal lives of celebrities. For example, these days, the number of realty shows and talk shows that reveal the private lives of celebrities has greatly increased. They introduce their homes, or even love life without hesitation or shame in front of cameras. Because the media caters to the public’s fascination with celebrities, many people purchase tabloids and magazines and watch TV programs dedicated to celebrities.

On top of that, many celebrities feel that their privacy has been invaded by the media. The competition among the gossip media is so intense that they pay huge sums of money to photographers and reporters to be the first to offer the more private parts of celebrity’s lives, such as their newest lovers, marriages, and breakups. The growing number of lawsuits against tabloids best illustrates this phenomenon. As a result, some celebrities take legal action to protect their private lives. For example, JK Rowling, the famous author of the Harry Potter stories, sued a tabloid for invasion of privacy when it disclosed a photo of her son. She complained that her son’s privacy was assaulted.

In summary, the popularity of the gossip media and the invasion of privacy of celebrities show the excessive interest in the lives of the rich and the famous. As the number of TV programs and magazines devoted to the lives of celebrities increases each year, people can see that this trend of celebrity watching is here to stay, at least for now.
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ほとんど原文のコピーになってしまいました。
英借文です。
here to stay, at least for nowはしゃれた言い方ですね。ぜひ、本番で使ってみたい。
fierce fierce fierce fierce assaulted assaulted assaulted assaulted

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TOEFL学習記録101

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Day 04

A lot of controversy exists over whether the news media provides people with credible information or not.

I see distortions in their coverage and reporting.

This is because (this is due to the fact every media company has its own stakes (interests) and tries to make stories more sensational in order to gain viewers’ popularity.

Untrustworthy
Biased
Not credible
Not reliable
Interested in portraying current events in a way favorable to their own interests.

The best example of this is

A majority of the media (a group of people) singular
The majority of (individuals) plural

A majority of the media portrayed the war as a way to obtain world peace.

On-the-spot broadcasts of brutal scenes that depicted the U.S. as a ruthless invader.
on-the-spot broadcasting

plainly(clearly)明白にhighlights how partial不公平なand biased news companies are
the media is not reliable because it attempts to make stories look more colorful and dramatic.

It wants to draw in more viewers and readers so that it can maximize profits.

Deliberately exaggerated this incident

As this incident reveals, the media often magnifies stories and provides distorted information.

Sensational
Provocative
Colorful
dramatic
Exaggerate
Magnify
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Day 04
The news media is a reliable source of unbiased information.

A lot of controversy exists over whether the media provides us with credible information. Although many TV programs and newspapers pretend to be unbiased and accurate, I see many distortions (not reliable, untrustworthy, not credible) in their coverage and reporting. This is due to that fact that every media has its own interests (stakes) and tries to make stories more sensational (colorful, dramatic, exaggerate, amplify) in order to gain popularity of their readers and viewers.

First, the media is not reliable because it is affected by its stakeholders. That is, major corporations are owners of media companies and obviously want to portray current events in a way favorable to their interests. This is particularly true when a country or government that the media supports are involved in a story. To illustrate (the best example of this is), is the Iraq War. A majority of American media portrayed the war as a war to gain world peace. On the other hand, countries against America showed on-the-spot broadcasts of brutal scenes in order to depict the U.S. as a ruthless invader. This difference plainly highlights how partial and distorted (biased) the media companies are.

Second (in addition), the media is not trustworthy because it tries to make stories more colorful and dramatic to gain the popularity of viewers and readers. This is because the media wants to attract (draw in) more viewers and readers to make profits (maximize profits). As a result, the mass media provides more sensational information that attracts the attention of people (catches people’s attention) to accomplish its goal (aims). To illustrate, one TV station in Japan had to apologize to viewers for its exaggerated coverage concerning O157 food poisoning of “kaiware” radish sprouts. It reported that the entire population of “kaiware” radish sprouts is the source of O157 poisoning based on the discovery of O157 bacteria on radish sprouts from one single farmer. The TV station exaggerated the story and reported the incident as if all radish sprouts in the country were tainted by these bacteria. Because of this biased coverage, Japanese consumers stopped buying this vegetable (vegetable, vegetable, vegetable) for a long period and many farmers suffered significant financial losses. As this example shows, the media often exaggerates (magnifies, amplifies) stories and provides distorted information.

In conclusion, I firmly believe that the media is not a reliable source of unbiased information because it is affected by its own stakeholders and it makes provocative stories to earn people’s attention. On the whole, it would be wise for viewers to follow the news with a questioning attitude.
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できるだけモデルエッセーをコピーするのではなく、自分の表現を入れること。
vegetable vegetable vegetable vegetable vegetable vegetable
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Day 05

In this rapidly changing world,

Become fed up with
Become weary of
Become tired of

Prevent them from performing their best
Lower productivity
Decrease one’s productivity
Makes it difficult to work to their fullest potential
Hinder them from performing their best
Prevent employees from truly growing in their professional lives

Monotonous
Routine work
Dull work

Find well-suited positions (jobs)
Choose the right kind of job
Find the dream job
Find the right type of career
Choose the right path for their talents

Huge conglomerate
Conglomerate
Conglomerate
A huge conglomerate
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It is unrealistic for people to work at the same company for their entire lives.

Outline’
I agree that is unrealistic for people to remain at the same company.
R1: lower productivity (prevent one from performing their best, make it difficult to work to their fullest potential.)
Example: a recent study showed 30 % lower productivity, because monotonous work hiders them from performing the best.
R2: prevent one from selecting the best suited job (the right kid of job, dream job, right type of career, path)
Example: My sister changed her jobs many times, found the dream job

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In this rapidly changing world, those who cannot adjust themselves to changes are unlikely to succeed. When it comes to jobs, while some argue that people should work for the same company till their retirement, I agree that it is unrealistic for people to remain at the same company for their entire lives. This is because doing so lowers their productivity and prevents them from finding the right job.

First, staying in the same company prevents people from performing their best. This is due to the fact that people get tired of their work after working for the same company for so many years, which makes it difficult to work to their fullest potential. For example, according to a study, those who worked for more than ten years in the same company produce 30% less than those who worked for two years in the company. This is because those stayed in the company for a long time become fed up with the same monotonous work, which hinders them from performing their best.

Second, remaining in the same company prevents people from finding the right job. This is because those who experienced many jobs could find the right kind job that best utilizes their skills and challenges their abilities. To illustrate, my sister switched her jobs many times. She worked for many companies from a major conglomerate to a small company with three employees. My parents were a little disappointed when she was going to change her jobs. However, she explained that she would be able to find the right job for her. In the end, she found her dream job and she is very happy with the job now. Had she stayed in the same company, she would not have found the right career for her.

In short, although working at the same company for their entire lives seems one attractive option, it is not practical for people to serve the same company for their entire lives, since doing so prevents people from performing their best and finding the best suitable job. In this rapidly changing world, those who are sedentary in the same positions are less likely to succeed.
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TOEFL学習記録100

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英文を書いていて、自分の表現力のなさに情けなくなる。何十年も英語を勉強してきて、この程度の英語しか書けない自分に情けない。表現力アップのため、ネットや参考書から使えそうな表現を抜粋し、この表現を使って、エッセイーを再構成する練習をしてみることにする。

Day 01
Universities should spend the same amount of money on sports activities as they do on libraries. Agree or disagree.

Useful expressions’
Many universities fund their libraries at the expense of sports activities.

In the real world, sports are considered as a waste of time at worst and a pleasant diversion at best.

Universities should invest an equal money in both libraries and sports facilities.

Sports activities play a pivotal role in developing students’ physical health.

This is evidenced by a number of clinical studies that clearly shows that

More importantly, habitual physical activities such as cycling, running, swimming and jogging has a positive influence on circulation of blood and reduce the risk of hypertension and diabetes.

My cousin led a sedentary life by being glued to the computer for hours on end every day.

Likewise, students can reap numerous benefits from participating in sports activities.

Also, sports activities foster students’ social skills.

This is because sports include a wide variety of group activities such as soccer and baseball that require collective effort and cooperation.

They strive for the common goal of leading the team to victory, one that a single person cannot attain.

I believe that universities should give the same amount of funds to sports activities as they do to libraries.

On the whole, I agree with the saying “a sound mind in a sound body.”
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Universities spend more money on libraries and other academic facilities to prepare students academically and help their graduates find jobs. In the real world, sports activities are considered as a waste of time at worst and a pleasant diversion at best. However, I strongly believe that universities should invest an equal amount of money on both libraries and sports activities. This is because sports activities foster students’ physical health and social skills.

First of all, sports activities play a pivotal role in promoting students’ physical health. This is evidenced by numerous clinical studies that clearly show that a variety of physical exercises build and strengthen bones, muscles, and joints.
More importantly, regular exercises have a positive influence on blood circulation and reduce the risk of hypertension and diabetes. To illustrate, my cousin led a sedentary life by being glued to the computer for hours on end every day. Inevitably, he suffered from diabetes and obesity due to lack of exercises. However, he succeeded in losing 50 pounds by regularly exercising at a local gym for two hours a day for six months according to his doctor’s recommendation. Likewise, students can reap numerous benefits from participating in sports activities.

Second, sports activities promote students’ social skills. This is because sports such as soccer, baseball, and volleyball include a variety of group activities that require collective effort, team working, and cooperation. The best example of this is a soccer game. When playing a soccer game, participants have the chance to learn how to cooperate and work as a team. They cheer for other teammates, pass the ball to one another, and strive for the common goal of leading the team to victory, one that a single person cannot attain.

To summarize, I believe that universities should invest equally on both libraries and sports activities because sports activities promote students’ physical wellbeing and social skills of cooperating with others. On the whole, I agree with the saying “a sound mind in a sound body.” In other words, students’ mental health from healthy social relationships and physical wellbeing are very important factors in their success in the future.
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exercises exercises exercise diabetes diabetes diabetes obesity obesity obesity
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TOEFL学習記録99

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Speaking academic task 4の練習を集中してやることにする。50問ほどやる予定。最初は、Hackersの本から。

テンプレート:

According to the reading, "concept" is "本文から定義のの引用”. The professor discusses two examples to explain "concept".
First, the professor describes
Second, the professor describes
And so, these examples demonstrate "concept".




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プロフィール

Andy

Author:Andy
プロフィール:

TOEIC 990点
英検1級合格二次試験100点(優秀賞)
TOEFL iBT 119点(2015年7月11日、2年間有効)

名前:Andy
年齢:59歳
学歴:University of Missouri at Rolla 工学部原子力工学科卒業
職業:技術系の通訳を30年以上やっています。

仕事柄、欧米人と仕事をすることが多く、Andyというニックネームを使っています。
北陸の田舎に住んでいます。毎週、北陸新幹線にお世話になっています。
コシヒカリを食べて育った純粋な日本人です。
韓国語、中国語は全くできません。

毎月TOEFLを受験しています。
ソラシティ、武蔵小杉、テンプル大学麻布校3階が好きな会場です。

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