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Mapmanさん: Aspe times
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ブログURLhttp://gray.ap.teacup.com/aspe/
サイト紹介文札幌在住のMapmanによる英文ブログ。成長記録と共にIELTSの練習の場にもなっています。
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  • The bullet train
  • Nowadays, Japanese bullet trains(Shinkansen) are connecting major cities in Japan. It has three advantages for a journey or trip.
    First, it's operated on time. Second, the passengers can utilise their transit time. Thirdly, the traveller can be possible t
    o visit neighbour regions by day trips. For these reasons, Japanese bullet trains are punctual, comfortable, and convenient vehic
    les. First, Ja [続きを読む]
  • The map is a great assistant
  • The maps are the dependable partner for persons with ASD. The first reason, when they can't bring back their own topics well
    , the maps assists to remind their topics. The second reason, it makes possibilities to extend or shrink a range of topics. The fi
    nal reason, it supports for exploring some cities, towns, and villages. For these reasons, the maps are the reliable supporter for
    them. First, [続きを読む]
  • The Pocket Thesaurus
  • [画像] On last month, I bought the Pocket Thesaurus for improving my English skills. The first reason, I wanted to progress my English vocabularies which I learned. The second reason, although I have a tight schedule, it's possible to check same meaning words, such as moving or waiting by train or bus. The final reason, That can be the training tool, when I need to express to English beginners, i [続きを読む]
  • ASD radar
  • The people with ASD are often said they have acute feeling, such as catching some sounds which is not relation with them. In other
    words. these sensibilities are excellent talents for them. For example, some people with ASD are working at office, they're
    a white collar worker. If they continue their works, they need to know what the manager or co-workers would like to do. In that si
    tuations, I rec [続きを読む]
  • Being single
  • Last week, I heard the sad news which one of my acquaintances passed away. I didn't go to his vigil and funeral. The main re
    ason, I didn't have my mourning. The other reason, I thought that although my grief is amplified, it's not good for my m
    ind. On the other side, I've sometimes heard a notice of marriage or birth from some friends. Of cause, These events are impo
    rtant things for people. Howev [続きを読む]
  • Habits makes good environments
  • I often used to be bothering my hypersensitive catching sounds, around myself. For example, when I was hearing which the somebody
    are laughing, I thought "Perhaps, are they saying myself?" A couple years ago, I noticed one important thing. If they&a
    pos;re strangers, nobody knows my characters. So I don't need to worry about what they said. However, my features haven'
    t changed. So I had an excellent id [続きを読む]
  • Keeping motivations for learning languages
  • Hello, everyone! Are you improving your English? I was surprised, because I could whisper or think in English with naturally, on e
    veryday! By chance, I could have an opportunity for talking in English, on everyday since last Saturday. However, when I was bein
    g alone, I challenged to make a thinking time, by my own words. For example, I was saying my visual informations in English with w
    alking, or [続きを読む]
  • Hokkaido and Canada
  • Hokkaido and Canada, these island and country are my favourite areas. It has similar situations, it has a short history as compare
    d with the Mainland(Honshu) and European countries, and the people who are living in there know how to enjoy activities, such as c
    amping, skiing. For these reasons, I moved to Hokkaido, and hope to going Canada. First, Hokkaido and Canada has similar environme
    nts. For e [続きを読む]
  • A bench seat and facing seat
  • Nowadays, many type of trains are managed by railway companies. Until several decades ago, the companies improved performances for
    currying passengers as fast as possible. However, in the urban areas, the most of occupants are still compelled to get on jam-pac
    ked train, especially in the peak times(such as eight o'clock in the morning, or six o'clock in the evening). However the lifestyl
    e has dive [続きを読む]
  • How to utilize our knowledges
  • The people with ASD are often said "You look like a specialist!!". Because they have a lot of knowledges in their intere
    sting categories. For example, if one boy who likes train in the classroom. He knows many type of train, or numbers. However, the
    most of students are not interesting about trains. The other example, one woman who knows many movies but her friends couldn'
    t follow her topics. Do [続きを読む]
  • The knacks for working
  • One day, I tried to consulte to my boss on duty. I said: "I'd like to challenge a checking English email. When I attempted to
    correct an English email making by my co-worker, I could do it approximately one hour. May I do these tasks?" He taught me a
    bout it. He said "In your experience, you should be able to reply with quickly. Because we're receiving a lots of emails from
    guests, and travel agenc [続きを読む]
  • The Grateful Crane
  • Have you heard The Grateful Crane? It's one of tales of old Japan. To put it concisely, firstly, the elderly man rescued the crane
    which was entrapped. Next, A couple days later, one beautiful lady visited their(he and his wife) home, she was doing a weaving(m
    aking Clothes such as Kimono), everyday. After a while, when she(crane) was saw her real figures from the them, she rose into the
    sky with b [続きを読む]
  • New year aspirations
  • Happy new year, every readers!! Have you decided your resolutions? I've decided my resolutions which is based on three main points
    : English, money, and developmental disabilities. Firstly, I will challenge to improve my English skill. I passed Eiken grade 2 on
    November 2014, and challenged IELTS test on last October(First overall score was 4.0) up to now. I think I'd like to challenge IE
    LTS test e [続きを読む]
  • Connecting with society
  • I found the interesting article from the local newspaper. According to that articles, some volunteers offers a place to learn soci
    al skills for persons with mental or developmental disabilities. It had never been thought about approximately 10 years ago. In ge
    nerally speaking, the ordinary children or teenagers obtain essential knowledges or skills for their life or work with gradually.
    On the oth [続きを読む]
  • A moving by bus
  • I like a moving by bus, more than it by subway. From my living area to my working place, it takes approximately 15 minutes, by su
    bway. If I go downtown by bus, it takes roughly 30 minutes. It's twice of moving by subway. Nevertheless I often go there by
    bus. How do you think it's why? The first reason, I'm able to take a seat. The subway is operated on time, and no influe
    nce from weather. So [続きを読む]
  • The prediction
  • The predictions are practical skills for persons with ASD. For example, the parties withAS are sometimes said to be good at doing
    some tasks to be fixed than flexible actions, such asinputting regular dates by computers. However, for these tasks to be utilized
    well,preparing in advance also is important. When we're learning some skills, such as a driving license, we challenge to gra
    spe [続きを読む]
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