New Year´s Eve

What do you normally do on New Year´s Eve?


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As that is the last day of the year, New Year's Eve sounds very busy. "Shiwasu" is another name of December in Japanese and that means "even teachers run". Teachers in this case can be thought as priests who usually don't move so much. However, as it is the last month of the year, even priests become really busy and have to run. Although I am not a priest, I run too, especially on New Year's Eve, to prepare the special dishes called Osechi ryori that is eaten on New Year's Day.

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Well done.

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As that is the last day of the year, New Year's Eve sounds very busy. "Shiwasu" is another name of December in Japanese and that means "even teachers run". Teachers in this case can be thought as priests who usually don't move so much. However, as it is the last month of the year, even priests become really busy and have to run. Although I am not a priest, I run too, especially on New Year's Eve, to prepare the special dishes called Osechi ryori that is eaten on New Year's Day.

As that is the last day of the year, New Year's Eve is very busy. "Shiwasu" is another name of December in Japanese and that means "even teachers run". Teachers in this case can be thought as priests who usually don't move so much. However, as it is the last month of the year, even priests become really busy and have to run. Although I am not a priest, I run too, especially on New Year's Eve, to prepare the special dishes called Osechi ryori that is eaten on New Year's Day.

Excellent!

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完璧ですあつこさん

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Thank you for all!!

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As that is the Last day of the year, New Year's Eve, is always very busy. "Shiwasu" is another name of December in Japanese and that means "even teachers run". Teachers in this case can be thought as priests who usually don't move so much. However, as it is the last month of the year, even priests become really busy and have to run. Although I am not a priest, I run too, especially on New Year's Eve, (in order) to prepare the special dishes called Osechi ryori that is eaten on New Year's Day.

I hope you had  time to relax on that day.

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As that is the last day of the year, New Year's Eve sounds very busy. "Shiwasu" is another name of December in Japanese and that means "even teachers run". Teachers in this case can be thought as priests who usually don't move so much. However, as it is the last month of the year, even priests become really busy and have to run. Although I am not a priest, I run too, especially on New Year's Eve, to prepare the special dishes called Osechi ryori that is eaten on New Year's Day.

I agree with the other corrections.  I enjoy reading your exercises; I always learn something.  I love the translation of Shiwasu!

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Thank you my friends!!

As that it is the last day of the year, people are usually very busy on New Year's Eve sounds very busy. "Shiwasu" is another name of for December in Japanese and that means "even teachers run". Teachers in this case can be thought of as priests who usually don't move so much. However, as it is the last month of the year, even priests become really busy and have to run. Although I am not a priest, I have to run too, especially on New Year's Eve, to prepare the special dishes called Osechi ryori that is are (dishes = plural) eaten on New Year's Day.

By the way: 明けましておめでとうございます。Well written!

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Thank you so much for your comment, i.sen.

明けましておめでとうございます。2013年があなたにとって幸多き年でありますように。

今年もよろしくお願いします。