2018年10月19日金曜日

Students metaphors

A student is "Minions".
 I guess Japanese students especially spend with them everyday. For example, when I was a high school student, almost students goes to washroom with their friends. They don't want be alone. It is not bad, but they always wait opinions from other people, so I just think students are minions.

A student is a part of a puzzle.
 A student is a part of a classmate. If we lose someone, we lose friends, so I thought a student is like a puzzle.

Japanese university students are freedom.
 Japanese students always care about their fashions. I guess they want to do fun things in university except studying, I thought Japanese students are totally different from other university of abroad.

Students are animals
 Students has different opinions by themselves, so there are so many different kinds of animals.

A student is a vacuum.
 Students wants to get a lot of knowledges, so they get a lot of things from teachers and their Senpai.

A student is an ice cream.
 Students are so sensitive, so they are easy to collapse, but they are trying to keep same the state.

A student is a coloring book.
 Students doesn't have on ideas at the first, so they want to get a lot of things, and they will get own color in their future.

2018年1月29日月曜日

My Errors


I went to a camp on Mt. Ontake, On the first day,

I went to a camp on Mt. Ontake. On the first day,

Grammar: comma

2018年1月28日日曜日

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