Wednesday, 4 June 2014

My life at the University of Tsukuba is not so good by Kensuke H

My life at the University of Tsukuba is not so good. I study linguistics in the College of Humanities, but I cannot speak any foreign languages. Though linguistics aim is not to speak language, is to describe and explain the language objectively, I want to speak foreign language such as English, Chinese until I graduate from the university. To study Chinese, I went to China as a language study the month before after. There I studied Chinese culture rather than language such as food, national character, custom and so on. I’m now planning to go to China again next year. For club activities, I belong to the triathlon club. When I was in the first year of the university, I had enough of it. So recently I only run twice a week and don’t swim and bike. However in Physical Education of the university, I swim. I don’t swim in triathlon club, but I swim in Physical Education. Triathlon swimming training starts at 6:30 am, so I have trouble getting up so early. Physical Education swimming training starts at 10:10 am, so I can get up and practice. I wish I went swimming training in the triathlon club.
              I must improve my language ability and try to get up early.

1 comment:

  1. Hi, Kensuke!
    Your life at the University of Tsukuba seems enriched.
    Were there some barriers of languages?
    you are courageous as you went to China for studying.


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