Backsliding back and forth, a day in the life of an international student looks something like this! ／ ／ A day in the life of an international student
A day in the life of an international student is like this!
I am enjoying my study abroad experience with friends from various countries, working part-time, living in the dormitory, and playing in the neighborhood on my days off.
At Life Junior Japanese Language School, we enjoy our school life every day.
Let’s take a look at a day in the life of an international student today!
Wake up in the morning and eat breakfast.
Get ready for school.
The school is close to the bus stop and very convenient for daily commuting.
Most students commute to school by bicycle and motorcycle.
Reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Students will study all four skills in a well-balanced manner.
They spend time eating snacks and chatting with friends.
Students will practice conversation using the Japanese they have learned.
For students in morning classes, classes end at this time.
If I have any problems in my life, I consult with my teachers.
Naha City, where the school is located, has many restaurants and stores for dining and shopping.
Students will work part-time using the Japanese they have learned.
Go home and reflect on today’s class.
It is a time to eat, take a bath, and relax.
Remember to do your homework.
Thank you for your hard work today.
Let’s have another healthy day tomorrow.