Wednesday, 30 January 2013

My life at University of Tsukuba changed me by Yohei

      My life at the University of Tsukuba changed me. First, I live by myself for the first time. I do everything by myself, cooking, washing clothes, and other housework. I have depended on parents for almost everything when I had lived in my parents’ house. At first, it was hard for me to do everything, but I am used to most of it. Second, I made many new friends at the University of Tsukuba. They come from various areas and speak various dialects. I think Japan has various areas that I have not known yet. I belong to a baseball club, Junkoushikiyakyubu. This club has no baseball manager. We think training menu, tactics of game ourselves. As for my experience, I have never experienced that a baseball club have no manager. More and more I enjoy playing baseball. Third, I work part time for the first time in Tsukuba. I really think working and making money is hard. I understood moneys were precious once more. I learned courtesy and manners through my part time job. Chance to talk with people older than me is increased. Sometimes, I am scolded, but I enjoy working part time. My life at the University of Tsukuba had new thing and changed me.


  1. Hi Yohei!
    I'm Yukie.
    I like baseball too.I was a caretaker of baseball club in my high school.I wish to you enjoy your play.

    1. Hi, Yukie!
      I think a caretaker of baseball club is hard.
      Now, aren't you caretaker of baseball club?

  2. Hello,Yohei!
    My name is Miyu2.
    I like baseball too.
    I played pitcher for softball when I was junior high school student.
    I hope your team get a manager!

    1. Hi, Miyu!
      I have played softball at P.E.
      Pitcher is very difficult.
      you have quick reflexes!
      I want to play catch if you don't mind.

  3. Hi Yohei!
    My name is Rei.
    I'm from Gunma, so I speak dialect too.
    Where are you from?
    Do you speak dialect?

    1. Hi, Rei!
      I'm from Gunma too!
      Of course, I speak dialect.
      I want to talk with you.


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