I have a pile of your e-mail that have been left unanswered for such a long lapse
You are so aggressive that I have been provided with so many pieces of e-mail.
I have read all of them one by one, of which you may rest assured.
I understand that you have a brand new PC installed very recently,
and it seems to me that things are going in fine shape.
You are not so young any longer, and take it easy.
See you again here in our mutual favourite rendez-vous spot.
My name is "takaram".
I am a newcomer to Teacher Vanessa's Blogging English Club, and it was just at this moment
that I was able to access the blog over here for the first time as a newcomer.
I have been a long distance learner of EFI from Yokohama, Japan since January, 2001.
Although I will be 80 years old next year, I am glad to say that I am hale and hearty for my age
thanks to my exercising efforts of swimming three times a week in a public pool here in this
city. It is a pity to me that I have no other hobbies in particular worthy of its name.
My major subject was at a university was English and my graduation thesis was "Gerund
preceded by Substantives." I primarily wanted to have become an English teacher at a Senior
High School, to start with, after the commencement.
As a matter of fact, however, I began my career as an employee of one of the so-called
"Sougou shousha" in Japanese, or "General Trading Houses." In the meantime, I was assigned
to a post abroad three times while I was working for the company - Rangoon, Burma (Yangon,
Myanmar), Dacca, East Pakistan (Dhaka, Bangladesh) and Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
in the Caribbean Sea.
I have been studying English for more than half a century so far.
As for the level in question, my mother tongue is Japanese, and accordingly I feel inclined to
evaluate my writing, reading, speaking and hearing knowledge of English to be so so.
Last but not least, as regards my learning goal, I wish I could write on, in due course, what I
have experienced during my assignment to the oversea offices of the company.
So far thank you,