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会社の説明をしてみよう

Talking about your company
自分の会社の専門分野、特徴に関して会話を進めていくことは勿論のこと、海外の会社と日本の会社システム(部署や営業時間、休み等)の違い等も前もって分かっていると会話も弾むことでしょう。
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What company do you work for?

I am a student in graduate school in Japan, so I would like to introduce about it.
My school is a public university and there are 16 faculties.
The nunber of students is so large, maybe over 4000 students.
Including foreign students, we can meet a variety of friends.
I'm in the international public policy institute to study for immigrants policy in Japan, but I'm a freshman there, so I have to study general education. These classes are so interesting but all topics are so tough for me that I get exausted as I go back home.

自然な表現

I am a student in graduate school in Japan, so I would like to introduce    it.
My school is a public university, and there are 16 faculties.
The number of students is so large, maybe over 4000 students.
Including foreign students, we can meet a variety of friends.
I'm in the international public policy institute to study    immigrant policy in Japan, but I'm a freshman there, so I have to take general education. These classes are so interesting, but all topics are so tough for me that I get exhausted as I go back home.

1 and 4. Remove this word because it is redundant.
2 and 7. Add a comma before a conjunction that joins two independent clauses.
3 and 8. Spelling correction
5. In a "noun + noun" pattern, the first noun is not usually pluralized.
6. Use "take" to mean to be a student of a certain subject.
How long has your school been in existence? What would you say keeps your school ahead of the competition?

My school was founded in 1931, but the predecessor of my school was founded in 1838. So it has long history.
As for attractive points, I believe that medical field is stronger than other schools. Also, our school has a variety of faculties, so we can take cross-cutting classes. I study about politics or law, but I want to take any class related to science.
As I said before, my school is known as advanced science school, so I want to look in class, though I don't have enough inteligence to understand high level class!

自然な表現

My school was founded in 1931, but the predecessor of my school was founded in 1838. Thus, it has a long history.
As for attractive points, I believe that the medical field is better than other schools. Also, our school has a variety of faculties, so we can take cross-cutting classes. I study about politics or law, but I want to take any class related to science.
As I said before, my school is known as an advanced science school, so I want to sit in on a class, though I don't have enough intelligence to understand high-level classes!

1. Alternatively, to avoid repetition, you can say: "established"
2. Do not start a sentence with coordinating conjunctions such as "and," "but," "so," and "or". Use this conjunctive adverb instead.
3, 6, and 8. Use "a/an" before singular and nonspecified nouns.
4. Use "the" when an adjective describing the noun clarifies its identity.
5. Use "better" to mean something is of a higher standard.
7. To "sit in on something" means to go to a meeting or a class although you are not directly involved in it.
9. Spelling correction
10. Hyphenate these words since they function as an adjective.
11. Use the plural form when talking about nouns in general.
That was very informative. Thanks for sharing. How did the pandemic affect the way you study at your school? What are some of the things the school did to adapt to the new normal?

In Japan, our life is going back to normal from COVID-19, so our school resume taking classes face to face. However, when I was a university student, the pandemic broke out, my university take a month off at first. But they dealt with unexpected circumstances promptly. They switch face-to-face class to online class.
Then, they provde gift certificate of books for us and prepare for assorted basket of retort foods or juice.
So I'm satisfied with university's measurement to new normal.

自然な表現

In Japan, our life is going back to normal from COVID-19, so our school resumed doing classes face-to-face. However, when I was a university student, the pandemic broke out, and my university took a month off at first.    They dealt with unexpected circumstances promptly. They switched from face-to-face classes to online classes.
Then, they provided gift certificates of books for us and prepared    assorted baskets of retort foods or juice.
Therefore, I'm satisfied with the university's measures for the new normal.

1, 5, 8, and 12. Use the past tense for actions that have been completed in the past.
2. Use "do" since the school does not attend classes; students do.
3. These words are hyphenated when used as an adverb.
4. Add "and" to connect the independent clauses.
6. Remove this word since "however" is used in the previous sentence.
7. Capitalization correction
9. The correct collocation is "switch from"
10, 11, 13, and 16. Use the plural form when talking about nouns in general.
15. Remove this word because it is redundant.
17. Do not start a sentence with coordinating conjunctions such as "and," "but," "so," and "or". Use this conjunctive adverb instead.
18. Use "the" before specific nouns.
19. "measure" means a way of achieving something, or a method for dealing with a situation. I believe this is what you wanted to say.
20. Use "for" to express purpose.
21. Use "the" when an adjective describing the noun clarifies its identity.
I am glad the situation is getting better where you live. Tell me about the Immigration policy in Japan. What inspired your interest in it?

Thank you very much.
Regarding immigrants policies in Japan, actually, we don't have it. When I got interested in this topic, I stayed in New Zealand. Thorough communicating with some immigrants in NZ, I became curious about Japanese situation. Then I found Japanese support to foreign workers or refugees was worst. Then, I decided to research it. Now, I focus on the working for multiculturalism in local government in Japan. My research span is just two years, so it's short, but I'll do my best for producing good result by graduation.

自然な表現

Thank you very much.
Regarding immigration policies in Japan, actually, we don't have them. When I got interested in this topic, I stayed in New Zealand. Through communicating with some immigrants in NZ, I became curious about the Japanese situation. Then I found that Japanese support for foreign workers or refugees was the worst. Consequently, I decided to research it. Now, I focus on    working for multiculturalism in the local government in Japan. My research span is just two years, so it's short, but I'll do my best to produce good results by graduation.

1. The correct collocation is "immigration policy"
2. Use the plural form since the antecedent is also plural.
3. Spelling correction
4 and 10. Use "the" when an adjective describing the noun clarifies its identity.
5. Add "that" to connect the clauses.
6. The correct collocation is "support for"
7. "the + most/est/superlative degree"
8. "then" is already used in the previous sentence. Use this conjunctive adverb here to avoid repeating the word.
9. Remove this word because it is redundant.
11. "best + to + base verb"
12. Use the plural form when talking about nouns in general.
Thank you very much for sharing all this with me, I really appreciate all your efforts. In your opinion, what could Japanese government do to improve the immigration policy?

You too! Thank you for getting interested in my major.
In my opinion, at first, the government have to introduce the education to know immigrants in Japan. This is because most people have fear of coming to immigrants due to ignorance about foreign people. I believe Japanese have to know foreign people in Japan. For example, students learn how many foreign people live in Japan or how their life is in society class. Also, they introduce classes which we can learn about foreign language or foreign culture from immigrants in Japan.
I hope Japanese get interested in them through it.

自然な表現

You too! Thank you for getting interested in my major.
In my opinion, at first, the government has to introduce    education to know immigrants in Japan.    Most people have a fear of approaching immigrants due to ignorance about foreign people. I believe the Japanese have to know about foreigners in Japan. For example, students learn how many foreign people live in Japan or how their life is in a social class. Also, they introduce classes where we can learn about foreign languages or foreign cultures from immigrants in Japan.
I hope the Japanese get interested in them through it.

1. Use the singular verb to agree with the singular subject.
2. Omit the article before a noun that refers to an abstract idea.
3. Remove these words since "due to" is already used.
4. Capitalization correction
5 and 10. Use "a/an" before singular and nonspecified nouns.
6. To "approach" means to come near or nearer to something or someone. This word fits the sentence better.
7 and 15. "the Japanese" means people in Japan.
8. The correct collocation is "know about"
9. To avoid repeating the words, use "foreigners" instead.
11. "society" is a noun while "social" is an adjective. The latter is needed in the sentence.
12. Use "where" to mean in what situation.
13 and 14. Use the plural form when talking about nouns in general.
  • manufacturer(製造業者、メーカー)
  • manufacture(製造する)
  • salespeople(販売員)
  • sales department(販売部、販売課)
  • colleagues(同僚、仕事仲間)
  • solo work(単独作業)
  • employee(従業員)
  • I work as an engineer.(私はエンジニアとして働いています。)
  • I work for a chemical manufacturer.(私は化学メーカーに勤務しています。)
  • How long have you been working at your company?(その会社ではもうどれぐらい働いているんですか? )
  • Do you work long hours?(長時間働いているのですか?)
  • Do you often go on business trips overseas?(海外出張へよく行かれますか?)
  • What do you like most about (your job)?(社内でのあなたの役割はなんですか?)
  • There are many services, such as live streaming, that have helped people communicate with one another.(ライブ配信など、人と人とのコミュニケーションに役立つサービスはたくさんあります。)

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