Once, they called me a reporter. Now, they call me... Gail-sensei.
The Japanese school year starts in April and goes until March of the following year. In the States, the school year starts in late August and ends in early June. The Japanese school year is actually a full year and not just 9 months like in hte States. I'm not sure how it works in Oz. Incidentially, the Japanese fiscal year is also April to March.Hope that answers your question.
=) thanks. In Oz, school year ends in early december (around the 7th) and starts either really late Jan or early Feb... but it's highly unlikely... although this year, a friend of mine starts on the 1st of Feb. For me, I go back on the 30th of Jan. but that means that the Japanese school year isn't much different to ours... V_V which also means they hardly get much of a break as well. Ah well.Anyway, I read the part of your blog which you titled Dangers of High School. @.0 yeah, i just looked it up... they spell it "he" which is pronounced as our equivalent of "Hair" without the "r" sound at the end. V_V Maybe I should start using Hi or Heya in letters instead.
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