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Talking 話している

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Journal for 2006-5-30 Tue..
Weather: Sunny Plan: Akagi JHS

Last weekend I had an interview for a private ALT position. Signe and I wet to Hiroshima City to meet up with Craig from Altia Central. We talked over lunch at our favorite garlic restaurant. Afterwards we went to Starbucks and talks some more over coffee. It turned out to be over 5 hours, and the longest interview I have ever had! When it was all over, I got the thumbs up, so starting this September I plan on working in Miyoshi, Hiroshima Prefecture.

I posted a new Trev Report today, as well.

平成18年5月30日の日記
天気: 晴 行事: 赤来中

先週末、私立ALT仕事について面接をしました。シグニーと一緒に広島市でアルティアセントラル会社のクレーグさんと出会いました。僕たちは好きなにんにくやというレストランで昼食を食べながら、話しました。その後で、スターバックスでコーヒーを飲みながら、続けました。すべてで5時間以上インタービューになりました。最後に合格といったから、9月から広島県三次市で働く予定です。

今日、新しいザ・トレブ・レポートをポストしました。

Today's Kanji
(今日の漢字)
Meaning (意味): river

Chinese Reading (音読み):
Reading Romaji
ka
ga
Japanese Reading (訓読み):
Reading Romaji
かわkawa
Vocabulary (単語):
Word Reading Romaji Translation
かわkawariver
河口かこうkakoumouth of river
河川かせんkasenrivers
運河うんがungacanal
銀河ぎんがgingagalaxy


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Trevor Lalish-Menagh
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  • (no subject) - xl3r2
    • Woohoo! Gaidai forever. :P I wonder how many of us are still in Japan... I know of you, Crazy Colin, and myself, but that is it.

      You should really visit the Oki Islands sometime, their Soylent Green is to die for. :)
  • Grats!!! =D

    PS. That garlic restaurant is the shit. XD
  • Congrats! Signe told me that you got the Miyoshi job! Do you know yet which schools in the Miyoshi area you'll be teaching at (besides, presumably, Kimita, where I know they will adore you). Sakugi, by any chance? Let me know if there's anything I can tell you about Miyoshi schools! :)

    Good luck!
    • I am hoping for your old schools, Kimita and Sakugi. Signe seems to love them both and they are really close, but I have to get the official word from ALTIA CENTRAL first...
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