A marrow in the making

Dear all,

Welcome to yet another edition of our long and regular running newsletter and I hope it finds you well. Have you ever seen a zucchini this size before? In England we generally refer to these as marrows. There is no difference between a marrow and a zucchini, zucchini are small marrows and marrows are just big zucchini – it all depends on when they are harvested. I’ve never seen a marrow or […]

By |June 26th, 2015|Categories: Stephen's Corner||0 Comments

プチ英語リスニングサンプル2 Unit 23: I want to learn how to drive.

Read ’em :「 翻訳実験」差別といじめを無くそう

By |June 26th, 2015|Categories: Sagan Speak Editorial||0 Comments

The bright white tee shirt that became black bright over night

Hello and welcome to the 260th edition of our weekly newsletter which, under my colleague Melissa’s management, has pretty much without fail, been set up and sent out every week for the last 5 years or more. I do believe we can actually add a few more editions to that if we include the newsletter we used to kick out before we got all high tech and started providing […]

By |June 19th, 2015|Categories: Stephen's Corner||0 Comments

プチ英語リスニングサンプル2 Unit 22: Ilaria felt very ill last night.

Read ’em : 効果的なペップトーク

By |June 19th, 2015|Categories: Sagan Speak Editorial||0 Comments

The tooth fairy (revisited)

Dear Newsletter Readers,

I hope that this edition of our newsletter finds you well. Well my son’s two front first teeth, or milk teeth as they are more commonly referred to, are finally out, actually they were accidently knocked out when he was larking about with his mates in the playground of his school. Apparently, Seitaro his best mate, caught him with his elbow and the next thing there was […]

By |June 12th, 2015|Categories: Stephen's Corner||0 Comments

プチ英語リスニングサンプル2 Unit 21: Eric has been to Oxford already.

Read ’em : 「見えない障害バッジ」優しい社会のために知ってほしい。

By |June 12th, 2015|Categories: Sagan Speak Editorial||0 Comments

In memory of my father

Dear All,

I trust this edition of our long running weekly edition of our newsletter find you in extremely fine spirits. We’re finally into the rainy season here in Japan and for expats like myself that live here on a full time basis it’s definitely the season served up from hell. It really knocks the stuffing out of you, air conditioners on all the time, feeling tired and irritable, endlessly […]

By |June 5th, 2015|Categories: Stephen's Corner||0 Comments