GOOD MORNING TEACHER AND CLASSMATES TODAY I´M GOING TO TALK  ABOUT JAPAN. JAPAN IS A SMALL COUNTR... does this sound natural?

23 Nov 2016

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GOOD MORNING TEACHER AND CLASSMATES TODAY I´M GOING TO TALK 
ABOUT JAPAN. JAPAN IS A SMALL COUNTRY BUT THIS IS THE LEAST. JAPAN IS LOCATED IN THE ASIAN CONTINENT IN FRONT OF SOUTHKOREA. JAPAN HAS MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED MILLION INHABITANTS. 
IN REALITY, TRAVELING FROM AMERICA TO ASIA IS A LITTLE COST BUT I'LL TELL YOU WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT JAPAN. JAPAN IS VERY KNOWN FOR ITS CULTURE, ITS TRADITIONS, ITS TECHNOLOGY, ITS VALUES AND ITS COMICS. 
THE WEATHER IN JAPAN IS COOL. IN SPRING THE WEATHER IS CHILLY ,BUT IN SUMMER IS HOT AND IN WINTER IT'S COLD AND OFTEN IT'S SNOWY.
YOU SHOULD GO TO JAPAN IN SPRING BECAUSE IT'S THE BEST SEASON TO GO SIGHTSEEING. SPRING IN JAPAN IS FROM MARCH TO JUNE. YOU SHOULD WEAR A PAIR OF PANTS, A PAIR OF TENNIS, MAYBE AN UMBRELLA, SOME T-SHIRTS AND A CAP. YOU SHOULD VISIT TOKYO. TOKYO IS 
THE CAPITAL OF JAPAN. TOKYO IS VERY CROWDED AND NOISY. THERE ARE A
LOT OF MALLS, TEMPLES, RESTAURANTS AND MORE. IF YOU ARE IN JAPAN IN SPRING YOU CAN SEE THE SAKURAS TREES. THOSE ARE BEAUTIFUL TREES OF CHERRY.
IN THE NARA PREFECTURE YOU WILL FIND TEMPLES AND PALACES REPRESENTING
JAPANESE CULTURE. IN TOKYO WE COULD FIND THE SKYTREE. TOKYO SKYTREE IS THE LARGEST TOWER OF JAPAN. IT MEASURES MORE THAN SIX HUNDRED METERS. AKIHABARA IS LOCATED IN TOKYO. IT'S ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT COMMERCIAL AREA OF TOKYO. IN AKIHABARA THERE IS THE WORLD'S
LARGEST COMMERCIAL CENTER. IF YOU VISIT JAPAN YOU SHOULD EAT TERIYAKI CHICKEN, GYOZA, RAMEN, SUSHI, MATCHA, YAKISOBA, YAKOYAKI, SAKE, YAKINIKU. THEY ARE THE TRADITIONAL FOOD OF JAPAN. ALSO THE CLOTHES AND GIFTS ARE VERY CHEAP IN JAPAN. SO YOU CAN BUY A LOT OF GIFTS TO YOUR FAMILY OR FRIENDS. ALSO YOU SHOULD VISIT FUJI MOUNTAIN. IT'S A GOOD PLACE TO GO HIKING AND SIGHTSEEING
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