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I had two job interviews today.
One was a position for a tutor.
The other was at a Japanese restaurant.

I might get the job as a tutor.
The job is to teach Japanese to a primary student, a Japanese Australian.
The student goes to a local school now, but her parents want to give her more choices
such as going to school in Japan in the future as well.
If they employ me, I will teach Japanese and help her with her homework.
However, it is only once a week and lasts only an hour.
I want to learn English from her and her family if possible. haha

The next job interview was at a restaurant which is going to open soon.
I wanted to work as a waiter, but they wanted me to work as a kitchen hand.
I cannot cook very well, so I won't apply for it.

Actually, I would like to challenge myself with new things that I haven't experienced in Japan,
and broaden my horizons,
but at the same time I don't want to spend a lot of time on new things
which might obstruct my priority which is to lean TESOL at university.
So, that is difficult for me.

I am interested in doing my internship at an international leadership and development program
so I might have a go for it

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. Macca's (in a newspaper)
= McDonald's
2. playtus (on TV)
= an Australian animal that is covered in fur and has a beak like a duck, webbed feet and a flat tail
3. grumpy (in a newspaper)
= bad-tempered

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