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    2. I have marked my important corrections with this notation [correction] I have marked my suggestions with this notation: {suggestion :: original} I have marked my removal suggestions with this notation: >remove< I have marked my strong removal suggestions with this notation: >>remove<< ---------------------------------------------------- I’ve been living in this beautiful city for about half a year now. There are many good places here. [I often visit two of them] and highly recommend them to all [of] you guys. {The first one is :: First one,} the children’s corner of the Municipal central library. There are so many picture books available here for kids. Your kid{s} can enjoy all these book[s] in the comfortable environment {provided by the children's corner}, or {even} borrow {up to} 15 books at one time. Additionally this corner holds a lot of activities for kids. In the afternoon on each Saturday and Sunday{,} volunteers read Japanese picture books to kids or teach them to sing songs. Once a month{,} they also read English books. Many volunteers are elderly women. All of them take this work very seriously. One time a women read a book about birds’ nests. And she actually took a toy nest here and show[ed] it to the kids. They [were] so interested and delighted. So am I. Because listening these books is a good way to improve my Japanese. To encourage kids to attend this activities, the library even offers an incentive reward. Each {kid :: attendee} gets one stamp on his or her card {for each time that they attend :: every time}. When this card [has] 10 stamps, the kid can {redeem :: get} one present from the library. What a clever move! Another place that is very useful to us foreigner[s] is the Municipal Industrial Culture Center. The International Exchange Association is located on the third floor. They provide various language courses, [such as] Japanese, English, Chinese, Portug[uese], etc. Some of them are free, some of the[m] [cost] only [a] little >>few<on< each Saturday. In the classroom learners are divide[d] into small groups. One or two native Japanese partners are there in each group to help learners >to< speak standard Japanese. Learners are also encouraged to stand on the stage to make a public speech. This course consists of 15 lessons with different themes. And it’s totally free. Isn’t that great? I also take part in “everyone’s Japanese course”, also known as “Japanese salon” on each Wednesday. This course >>is<< mainly [focuses on] grammar. Teachers are also very responsible and experienced. With interactive method[s] they can change the boring grammar[-]learning into [an] interesting process. This course consists of 20 lessons, includ[ing] one activity called {"}soba (buckwheat noodles) making and eating{"}. This course {costs :: needs} only 1000 yen (equal to about 9 dollars). Can you believe that? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It was very interesting to read about your life in Japan. [] corrections are important to correct {} suggestions are not required, but would make your words sound more natural >< removal suggestions are not required, but would make your words sound more natural >><< strong removal suggestions are important to remove If you do not like my suggestions, point them out and I will try to come up with alternative ways to word it or to word it closer to your original! ~AustinS

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    2. Noddles made of mung beans put noddles made of buckwheat to shame. Or Noddles made of mung beans beat the shit out of noddles made of buckwheat.

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    2. Soba is a fast, cheap, and healthy food in Japan that is made from buckwheat People eat it for breakfast or lunch. Many Japanese business people are busy and don't have much time, so Soba is served near trains stations since it is served quickly and easy to slurp down in a rush. It’s also an incredibly cheap fast food, so we like to eat soba when we can. Many buckwheat producing districts have cold climates, as that is where buckwheat is grown the best. Buckwheat has been around since ancient times, but it wasn’t always popular. During the Edo period in the 1600s, people improved the way soba was made from buckwheat. Ever since then, soba has become more popular. Soba is also known for its medical benefits.

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    2. “I will go to my favorite beauty salon after work today. Hair cutting will start at 7 o’clock pm and finish after 9. As dinner will be late, I plan to eat buckwheat, which is easy to cook. Then I will have to finish packing all of my stuff because I will move to my new house tomorrow. I will have to be careful to have everything with me.”

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    2. I read a comic called “Sobamon.” It’s about Soba, a type of noodle made of buckwheat. It has 20 books in total, which is long, but each story is short and each talks about a different kind of noodle, so you don’t get bored. The stories are (self-contained/independent), so you can start and finish reading anywhere you’d like.

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