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Kansai Gaidai University (Graduate Coursework)
My name is Eri. I am Japanese. I was born in Osaka, Japan and grew up in Nara, Japan. I accepted a job offer in Richmond, VA and I moved to the states in January 2010. Now I am living in Oxnard, CA. I graduated Kansai Gaidai University and my degree is an Associate of Arts. I have tutoring experience expanding over more than 7 years teaching Japanese high school students math and English.
My hobbies are scuba diving and playing the piano. I have experience of more than 50 dives in Okinawa, Japan and Cairns, Australia. I started playing the piano when I was 3 years old.
Japanese is a very interesting language and Japan is a nice country with rich culture. I am happy to share Japanese customs and a beautiful language with you anyone willing to learn. We can start with conversation or with letters such as Hiragana or Katakana.
Thank you for your interest in Japanese culture and Japanese. I hope you enjoy the experience. My name is Eri. I am Japanese. I was born in Osaka, Japan and grew up in Nara, Japan. I accepted a job offer in Richmond, VA and I moved to the states in January 2010. Now I am living in Oxnard, CA. I graduated Kansai Gaidai University and my degree is an Associate of Arts. I have
Eri just started teaching my step-son English, this was his first lesson. He loves the way Eri is teaching him and keep him motivated to learn.
I learned more about the culture then how to speak.. Our next meeting, I will be learning key words and phrases.
Very good start.
Grammar. Cultural insight. Kanji, Hiragana, Katagana. Conversational Japanese useful for basic business communications, traveling in Japan and understanding basic written Japanese.
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