Patriots at July Parade

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"Our group ordered the t-shirts and proudly wore them at last year's July 4th parade and we are planning to do it again this year!" - http://www.njteapartycoalition.org - NJTeaPartyCoalition (May 26, 2010)

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If you study Japanese grammar, you will find some gmacmatiral errors in the answer above me.1) Next year I will teach English in Japan. "Rai nen watashi wa Nippon de Eigo wo oshieru deshou." ??????????????????* next year: rai nen * "I will <verb> <something>.": "Watashi wa <something> wo <verb (the dictionary form)> deshou." (watashi: I, wa: is the particle that indicates the topic of a sentence, wo: is the particle that indicates the direct object of a verb) * to teach: oshieru * English: Eigo * in Japan: Nippon de (in: de, Japan: Nippon)2) I'm looking forward to it. "Watashi wa sore wo tanoshimi ni shiteimasu." ???????????????* look forward to <something>: <something> wo tanoshimi ni suru. * shiteimasu: the polite and progressive form of 'suru (the dictionary form)' * it: soreSo, "I'm looking forward to teaching English in Japan next year." would be translated as "Watashi wa rai nen Nippon de Eigo wo oshieru koto wo tanoshimi ni shiteimasu." ??????????????????????????* look forward to <verb> <something>: <something> wo <verb (the dictionary form)> koto wo tanoshimi ni suru. * shiteimasu: the polite and pregressive form of 'suru (the dictionary form)'3) I plan on having lots of fun, and making new friends. "Watashi wa takusan tanoshimi, soshite atarashii tomodachi wo tsukuru tsumori desu." ??????????????????????????? * "I plan on <verb+ing> <something>.": "Watashi wa <something> wo <verb (the dictionary form)> tsumori desu." * have lots of fun: takusan tanoshimu * tanoshimi: the pre-and form of 'tanoshimu (the dictionary form)' * and: soshite * make: tsukuru * new friends: atarashii tomodachi (new: atarashii, friend(s): tomodachi)Good luck!