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I still can't believe it.
Even if I was in my hometown, I still would not be able to feel that it was real.
But the massive earthquake did happen.

After one night, I found that the situation has become worse,
and tragedy has deepened as the facts have become known.

The death toll has reached 1000, and 600 people are still missing.
What made it worse is that seaside towns have been swept away,
and as many as 3000 buildings in the city have been completely destroyed
and a fire is still spreading into other areas.
Some places were cities the day before yesterday,
but now there is nothing around them and they are just barren land today.
Can you believe it?

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There seem to have been more than a hundred aftershocks after the main shock.
How much anxiety do people feel each time?
How much have they been mentally affected?
Such things are unimaginable and inconceivable.
They are beyond our imagination.

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The Japanese government has declared an atomic threat in Fukushima.
Authorities are warning of a meltdown at a nuclear reactor damaged in the quake.
I hope there are no radiation leaks as a result.

What can we do for them?
I hope Japan will get over this soon!!

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. crumb (in a newspaper)
=
2. sorority (in a newspaper)
= a club for a group of women students at a n American college or university
3. sobriety (in a newspaper)
= the fact of being sensible and serious

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