Hey! Whatsup! The word ‘hey’ can be nice, or not nice, depending on the situation. Hey can be like a casual hello. “Hey! How are you?” “Hey Joe! What’s going on?” “Hey” can also be alarming! Hey stop! Hey you! Come here! Hey and Hi are closely related and can be traced back to
Happy Mountain Day 2016! Let’s take a hike for the first annual Mountain Day in Japan!
Get your Pokeballs ready! We will go on a walking tour of Ageda to catch some Pokemon, and hit some PokeStops! We will meet in the Koza Jujiro Kanehide parking lot on Friday, July 29 at 10:00 a.m. 3 Gyms 11 PokeStops 4 km round trip (hatch those eggs!) Route Map: https://goo.gl/maps/vqGYSV5FmQu Starting at 10:00 am
M’s School sponsors The Okinawa Social Meetup where local Okinawan and Japanese people can meet and experience an exchange of language and culture with people from other countries. Its a great opportunity for everyone to practice conversation in English or Japanese! Our next event will be at Sunset Beach in Chatan on Sunday July 31, 2016!
“Hello! Saying hello is of course a very basic greeting to do in any language. It’s very good manners and very polite to say hello to anyone, strangers, children, coworkers friends, and even someone older than you. It is even very polite to say hello to your boss or company president! Saying hello is