English for Children – I am a Japanese girl

Cute Japanese Girl
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I am a girl.
I am a young girl.
I am a young Japanese girl.

My name is Michiko.

My name is Michiko and I am a young Japanese girl.

I speak Japanese.
I can speak Japanese.
I can speak Japanese and I can speak English too.

I come from Japan.
I was born in Japan.

I am Japanese and I speak Japanese.
I am Japanese so I speak Japanese.
I am Japanese so of course I speak Japanese.
I am Japanese so of course I can speak Japanese.

I speak Japanese and I eat with chopsticks.
I can speak Japanese and I can eat with chopsticks.

I eat with a knife and fork sometimes.
I eat with a knife and fork sometimes but I usually use chopsticks.

I usually eat with chopsticks.

I eat Japanese food.
I eat Japanese food with chopsticks.
I eat Japanese food with chopsticks.

Some times I eat with chopsticks.
Sometimes I eat with a knife and fork.
Sometimes I eat with my hands.

What is the customary way to eat in your culture?

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World English Course

There are lots of things you can learn in the World English Course. There is a place where you can talk about work and there is also a place where you can find a job and a place where you can find staff. There is a place where you can have fun and there is a place where you can talk about food or family. There is also a place where you can talk about money or love or philosophy. You can study anything you want anytime you want. You can do it once a week or every day or any time you like. Have fun! Work hard! Tell your friends and family members! Enjoy!

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