Is Japan running out of room?

Japanese, general discussion on the language
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Infidel
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RE: Is Japan running out of room?

Post by Infidel » Sun 07.01.2007 11:38 pm

In America, classrooms of 1 student are actually pretty common. We tend to call it homeschooling though.
completely unrelated.

This was a typical classroom that seats about 30 students, with only 1 student in the room and regular lineup of teachers, not a kid and his parent.
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なるほど。
さっぱりわからん。

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RE: Is Japan running out of room?

Post by Hatori » Mon 07.02.2007 12:08 am

I don't believe it'll run out of room.
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RE: Is Japan running out of room?

Post by Teh_Freak » Mon 07.02.2007 12:25 am

Sky City anyone?
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RE: Is Japan running out of room?

Post by two_heads_talking » Mon 07.02.2007 9:52 am

yeah, just think, if someone in Hokkaido sneezes, someone in Okinawa falls into the ocean.. that's a great way to keep the population in check..

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