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Q: I wonder if I move from Hakkei and Yokosuka to Chigasaki. does this sound natural?
A: I work four days a week now. On Monday and Saturday at Chigasaki, on Wednesday at Yokosuka and on Thursday at Hakkei.

Commuting to Kanazawahakkei school and Yokosuka school is more convenient for me, but since I am chief of Chigasaki school, I am concerned about the number of students. My head office has been advertising, and there's been no applicant.

So, I was wondering if I should move from Kanazawahakkei and Yokosuka to Chigasaki.

Here it is, corrected :)
Q: I was wondering if I leave Hakkei school and Yokosuka school, then I will take over two days of Chigasaki school.

does this sound natural?
A: I'm not sure I completely understand, but I think if the major purpose of this passage is to find out whether you are going to spend two days at Chigaski school, this is what I would say: "I was wondering if after leaving Hakkei and Yokosuka schools, I would attend Chigasaki school for two days?"

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