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I got a letter from Japan.
It is not from my family but from a student of a friend of mine.
My friend is working as an ALT in Tottori prefecture, Japan,
and she made a new project to exchange letters with students in Sydney.
I consented willingly.

The student is in the 3rd grade of junior high school.
She introduced herself with cute pictures.
Here is my response.

My name is Ken...
I am studying at a uni in Sydney.
I was an English teacher at a high school in Kyoto.
I came to Sydney to study and become a GTO in the future.
Do you know GTO
Sydney is a nice place because you can meet people from all around the world.
Sydney, unlike Japanese cities, is full of many different cultures.
Everything is so expensive though, just like in Tokyo. XO
Anyway, nice to meet you too

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.

1. baffle (in a newspaper)
= to confuse sb completely
2. smitten (in a newspaper)
= suddenly feeling that your are in love with sb
3. physio (in a newspaper)
= physiotherapist

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