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    2. ''tournament'' is a contest where teams or individuals compete but not necessarily against each other. It usually lasts a short period of time. Competitors are eliminated along the way, until you get to the final of two teams or competitors where the eventual winner is decided. '' competition'' on the other hand is a contest where all participants competes against one another, usually on a home and away basis. It generally lasts for weeks or months. No one is eliminated and the winner is the one that has accrued the most points.

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    2. someone please help me You’ve done a great job with this. The tournament season starts in March. I’ve been making steady efforts for a year for this moment. I’m getting closer to my goal. It has been a long way already. I sacrificed a lot for this, but I swore to pursue my dream to change my life! First represent Kyoto, and then Japan. Then I can return the favor to my parents and the people around me. It may sound silly but I believe in this. Then I’ll be able to move on to my next goal.

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    2. It looks very good! I altered some things to make it smoother, and I put asterisks (*) around the sections that were a bit rough. I hope it helps! The third *benefit* is that I could learn * communication skills* and teamwork by living *in a* student dorm. When I was *a* middle school and high school student, *around 200 students lived in the dorm*, *between 13-18 years old*. Sometimes, I had a fight with my friends, but I was *also* able to learn how to get along with them.* *We also* had a soccer team *at* my school, and almost *everyone on the team was also in my dorm*.* So we had a tournament that participated *in* 300 schools in Korea.* Fortunately, we got second place in the games.* While we *played* *in the soccer tournament*, we were able to learn * teamwork. In conclusion, I was able to *learn* a lot of things by studying abroad because I *was exposed to* *a* different culture by meeting Korean friends, and I changed my values. And I realized *how hard it is to do housework*, so I could appreciate my parents. And by living *in the* student’s dorm, I was able to learn how to communicate and how to *work as a team*. Therefore, these things *have had a great impact on my life*.

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    2. I would be doing triathlon during my university life. triathlon has three parts namely swimming, cycling, and running. It's very difficult but when I finish a race, I could feel a sense of accomplishment. I used to train for the triathlon everyday in order to participate in the all Japan university triathlon tournament . Before I started triathlon, I played soccer from 4 years old until the end of high school. I really love it when I was an elementary student. I thought I could be a professional soccer player, however, it is not that easy. When I was in high school, I couldn't even become a regular player and it frustrated me. maybe that's why I quit soccer.

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    2. No matter how badly your Tournament result guesses turned out... (brackets are the win/lose "tree" where people usually predict who will win in the NCAA tournament games leading up to the finals. Each level of match-up game is called a "bracket" https://1lal3e4eckus2d9p8g17wl8c-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/March-5-Bracketology.png

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    2. I hope he'll be suspended for the competition and all of the tournaments in future. He is a disgrace to Japan.

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    2. 1. I believe the reason why people don’t just say “the grand final” is that grand finals just rolls off the tongue a lot more naturally. I actually searched up some stuff about it and I found that when people talked about just one final they would call it grand final but when they talked about multiple they called it grand finals. 2. Adding an s behind grand final does not replace the “the.” You would have to say something like: I enjoy watching the grand finals every year. This is a very interesting and good question that I’m actually still not sure about, so I’m happy to help.

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