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#2 has a lot to do with Japanese culture and . Japanese people are very . You generally do not say really, really positive things about yourself or your family or your country or company or your . You might say kind things to each other within those , but you don’t about who you are and what community you belong to. That includes communities of teachers. So Japanese teachers themselves do not talk up how good they are at their jobs. And people speak very about the education that they have gotten. This is very different from native English speakers. We tend to speak very highly of the school that we came from, the family that we come from.
Make one sentence with each of these words
accomplish — manners — humbly — impression
What are 3 reasons that Peter mentions in the podcast?
Do you agree or disagree with Peter? Give us your reasons why you agree/disagree.