My best friend, Tomomi!!
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My best friend, Tomomi!!

by Kiho Muroga
(Suginami, Tokyo)

I have a best friend, and her name is Tomomi. We met each other in our second year in high school. Because she studied abroad after she finished her first year, she entered in my grade. Thanks to her studying abroad, we could meet each other.

The country she studied abroad in is Australia. After we met each other, we talked very much. I heard about a lot of things about Australia, like customs & lifestyles, from her.

In the first month of her year of studying abroad, she had a feeling of homesickness. But many friends helped her in her school, and made a good friendship. Her host family was also kind. They took her out to many famous places in Australia, for example, Ayers Rock, and the Great Barrier Reef. She said she had a nice time in her years of studying abroad.

Now, she lives in Kyoto and I live in Tokyo. But we are best friends and I want to continue our friendship forever.

Thanks to her studying abroad, we could know each other and become best friends. Therefore, I also like Australia very much.

Someday, I want to visit Australia with her!

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