Sent My Presents

I have gotten to know new people all over the world ever since I started using SNS such as Facebook, and we have interacted with each other. One of them has been studying Japanese in America and he is going to come to Japan as an exchange student in 2018.
He's eager to immerse himself in Japanese every day, so he tries to use Japanese as much as possible in his daily life. He's always telling me that keeping using the language we want to master makes perfect.
I totally agree with him.
I have been brushing up on my English skills, and I'm eager to immerse myself in English every day. Luckily, I have two jobs which I have to use English, and I have chances to learn pactical English. However, that's not enough for me. Maybe, living abroad makes me satisfied, but my current environment doesn't allow me to do that. That's why I often ask my friends from foreign countries to make time to chat in English on Skype. He is one of them. We have the same purposes: we want to improve the language skills we've been learning. It's a win-win situation, isn't it?

The other day, we chatted with each other on Skype, and an idea came to my mind: I thought I would send several comic books to him. He's interested in Japanese anime and comic books, and studies Japanese through them.
My son had many comic books, including monthly magazines. There were piled up in his room, and he told me he wouldn't need them. I thought they would be helpful to him, so I decided to send them to him.

As you may know, sending packages abroad is costly, so I checked the net and found a website which told sage advice.
After checking the website, I packed and sent them to him!

I hope these books will be sent him without any problem.....



応援クリックお願いします(^^) 励みになります♪       


Author: VibrantRose TOEIC 935 (2018.4) TESOL認定講師