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America

by Toshiki
(Japan)

I hardly know America, but it's one of the biggest countries in some points: size, population, influence, etc. Thanks to it, there are a lot of people who can speak in English.

It's very beneficial to me, because I can talk in English with those who have different cultures from that of Japan. I want to be able to talk with foreigners naturally and to know their culture, tradition, and religion. To do it, I need to know their national languages. So I'll learn English at the beginning.

Then, America is one of the countries I want to go to especially. It's famous for the country of liberty, and I like this word.

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