土曜日の朝英語のクラスを取っているのだけど、今朝は予約するのをすっかり忘れていたので、マイケル先生にSorry,I forgot to book your class today, see you next week.としたらNo!Wait!I can talk. I forgot too.ということでまた別の時間を振替で予約して無事週一の英語をサボらず済んだ。私の前の生徒さんT君が今週のレッスンの日を金曜日に移したそうで、それで今日は日曜日だとすっかり勘違いしたので今日は事前にテキストを用意してなかったよということで、スカイプに下記の内容をPasteしてくれたのでそれにてレッスンした。
A Japanese man who was questioned by Turkish authorities on suspicion of trying to join the Islamic State militant group has returned home after being deported.
Child abuse reports in Japan have hit a record high. The National Police Agency says officers reported 37,020 children under 18 to child welfare centers last year on suspicion of being abused.
The figure was up 28 percent from the previous year and the highest since the agency began taking data in 2004.
A northeastern Japanese city has been ordered by a court to pay compensation to the family of a primary school student who died in the March 2011 tsunami.
The defendant, Higashi-Matsushima City in Miyagi Prefecture, has jurisdiction over the school the girl student attended, Nobiru Elementary School.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he will not repeal the national security laws that are set to take effect next week.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says that it would be a major risk if the nation’s economy grows at a slower pace than the government’s target.
Officials are aiming for growth of between 6.5 and 7 percent this year