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2019

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ニュージーランド出身。豊田市で6年間ALTをし、その後オーストラリアでもイングリッシュスクールにて英語講師として勤務。

英国バーミンガム大学で英語を外国語として教える修士号を取得。フランスやイギリスにも住んだことがあり、経験が豊富なので、色々なトピックでの会話が楽しめます。

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Mozi Cafe Real English

(土, 01 12月 2018)
November Talk November snuck in on us under cover of Halloween and then sped on by before we could get a grip on it. However the Indian summer continued making for a great season for home vegetable growers. Despite a lack of green thumbs we continued to supplement our cooking with ample vegies deep into the month – piman (green pepper) and tsuru murusaki at least. Believe it or not, thanks to Kakuko san, we are still picking fresh basil. Kakuku san gave us an egg container packed fill with basil seedlings back in May. We didn’t want to waste any so any nook and granny around the section was filled with this fantastic herb. Consequently we have had basil coming out of our ears since June. It started first in the warmer spots and it is still continuing to flourish in the cooler ones – see photo taken Nov.25th.  Having such a big supply forced us to use it and we discovered that it goes well with nearly everything, either added as a garnish when serving or cooked along with other dishes. Rosemary is another herb that is great for flavouring and easy to grow. Left Over Basil Pie Recipe Leftover precooked unpolished rice Grated natural cheese  Leftover cooked vegetables and /or meat (optional) Basil Seasoning eg magic salt (pepper and salt mix) Olive oil Fry the rice in a covered pan with a generous amount of olive oil using quite high heat until a crispy brown layer forms. Turnover the rice and add seasoning, basil, any other left overs and put the grated cheese on top. Continue to fry until the cheese is well melted then serve – easy and yummy! Thankyou Kakuko san for our discovery of the flexibility of this delicious herb!! Mayumi Ono - see her blog at http/Toyota-international.com - uses basil like this:    A not so successful gardening experience this year was an attempt to grow a famous New Zealand kiwi fruit variety (Hayward). Kiwifruit requires separate female and male plants with only the female bearing fruit, of course. Three years ago I planted 3 vines which turned out to be 2 males and 1 female rather than the other way around. My communication in Japanese is truly terrible! I must have really confused the poor shop attendant with my gestures and distorted Japanese trying to differentiate between male and female – I am sure it would have made a hilarious Mr Bean episode. We harvested about 20 small fruits last year but this year was shaping to be a bonanza. There was a mass of blossom in the spring and the female vine set a huge number of fruit which needed to be thinned out. I was reluctant to do this and let them all develop. However the stress of the high August temperatures this year and the mass of fruit resulted in the vine dying. This was a big disappointment because of not only the lack of fruit but we have lost an attractive shade giving plant and we are left with 2 lonely, useless, spindly male vines!  
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October Plans (Mon, 08 Oct 2018)
     It feels very much like we are going to have an Indian summer! Nice but no let up from the mosquitos even during the hottest days of August. Mozies rule the yard here at Mozi Café so we are well named! The big English school news is that it is test month for the younger students. We have on going speaking tests every class where students respond and ask questions. The older students have taken this a step further by engaging in mini conversations. However every 6 months we have a written and listening test to keep students on their toes! We aim to conduct these in a friendly, non- threatening way in order to make them motivating rather than agonizing experiences. Tests will start on the 18ththrough to the 24th. We will than finish the month with some fun Halloween activities.
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September Talk (Mon, 24 Sep 2018)
   What happened to this year’s September? – other than vanishing like a ‘Bullet’ train into the past. Great! the kids started back at school but then it just rained, rained, rained and still the rain is coming.          We had visitors from Australia, a couple of Australians in their sixties – Rick and Laima. They both have been to Japan a number of times in the past. Laima is very fond of Japanese culture and loves the food. She has a large property in Brisbane and grows avocados alongside her Japanese styled garden complete with bonsai. Rick is suspicious of sashimi but enjoys the tempura and miso katsu!          They enjoyed several of the Mozi Café English classes and amused both adults and kids with their jokes. They spoke fast and used their Australian slang and expressions freely. This made them very difficult to follow at times but provided a great example of the challenge language learners face in the real world. On Tuesday morning N san having just returned from a Brisbane homestay had no problem understanding the rapid and quickly changing conversation. So actually, fluency is possible and only a few steps away even for older learners who are products of the Japanese education system.          Both Rick and Laima were impressed with the children they met in our classes. For example, T kun on Tuesday afternoon asked very clear and well-formed questions as did Y kun and Y chan in a Wednesday class.          They have moved on to Osaka and will spend time in Kyoto before flying to Saporo. Their trip will end with a few nights at the world’s oldest hotel in Yamanashi – Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan.  If you are still with me congratulations for making it this far. Let’s hope October brings us some nice settled weather! 
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Mozi Cafe Real English

〒471-0035

愛知県豊田市小坂町8-76-2

Tel: 0565-77-7763

Mob: 090-9948-0367

Email: mozicaferealenglish@gmail.com