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Hi I am an English teacher in Japan!

Discussion in 'SPPf Help & Newbie Lounge' started by EnglishALT, Nov 22, 2017.

  1. EnglishALT

    EnglishALT Well-Known Member

    Hey I just wanted to introduce myself, I am an elementary school teacher in Japan. Since I am in the land of Pokemon I figured I would join to keep a tether to the world outside of Japan and possibly have some team help if I ever go to one of the Poke Center tournaments.

    So just wanted to say... hello.
  2. Captain Jigglypuff

    Captain Jigglypuff Leader of Jigglypuff Army Staff Member Moderator

    Welcome! I’ve always wanted to go to Japan. Do you think you could teach me some simple and common Japanese phrases? I’m trying to become a drag queen and a Yoko Ono impersonator and I think knowing some Japanese will help me.
  3. Kiraush

    Kiraush Member

    I was planning on being an English teacher in Japan myself, however I ended up getting married and having kids and settling down.
    At this point in my life, I'm unsure if I will ever be able to do it, as I can't imagine it would be too easy to move a whole family to Japan. :(

    But who knows!
    If you have any insight to maybe spark the fire in my heart for the job I've wanted since I was very young, I would greatly appreciate it. :)

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