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Journal entry 5

Journal entry 5 Nanako Ohgo For two weeks, I learned a lot of things in the United States with my CI, PA and groupmates. Most of the experience in the program was for the first time for me. I had … Continue reading

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journal Entry5- Yumiko Azuma

Throughout this summer program I was able to gain a lot of skills not only the basic English skills, which are reading writing listening speaking, but also the presentation skills and communication skills. However , these are not as important … Continue reading

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Jounal entry5, Kanae Yamaguchi

*how your perception of the US changed before and after the program Before I visited the US, I hadn’t had much opportunities to talk with American people. I had thought that the people in the US were cautious as America … Continue reading

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Yukari Kondo-jounal entry5

Throughout this program, I was totally impressed at all the new thing I learned and saw. Culture of US and Japan was very different in many aspects, and it was interesting to find differences during this stay. I had been … Continue reading

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Chieri Tatsukawa Journal 5 the final

My perception of the US did not change dramatically, because I have been to the US several times. The US is a huge country and the citizens are mostly friendly and kind. I can say things freely rather than in … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 4- Sayaka Nakajima

In August 15th, we went to some memorials in night walk. There are so many memorials around Potomac River. All the monuments were huge. I was surprised that many statues and architectures were built only for commemoration. In Japan, there … Continue reading

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journal entry4-Yukari Kondo

Compared to Williamsburg, I felt like Washington DC is very big city. At the same time, there are so many kind of people in Washington and sometime I feel scared while walking around at night. However, we could go anywhere … Continue reading

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Jounal entry 4 Kanae Yamaguchi

*Washington, D.C. In this journal, I’d like to write about my experience and consideration about restaurants in Washington, D.C.. In Washington, D.C. I was able to go to many restaurants as almost all meals were on our own. On the first … Continue reading

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Yumiko – Journal Entry 4

Soon arrived in DC, I found some differences between America and Japan. The streets were accurate straight lines. And it is very easy to find where you want to go. It looks very clear that DC is a man made … Continue reading

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Journal 4 Nanako Ohgo

Journal Entry 4 Nanako Ohgo In Washington DC, we had a lot of precious experience. In Williamsburg, there is lots of nature and we experienced real university life in William and Mary university. On the other hand, in Washington, we … Continue reading

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