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things piled up ahead of me
Mike, my supervisor, gave me tons of assignments for next week.
To tell the truth, I am barely coming up with school stuff, and there is no room I can afford another concern... (Is OK?)

But, here is a deal. My biggest objective is to be an athletic trainer and what I am studying at clinic is exactly what I have wanted to study ever since I decided to be a trainer. I know it is important to get high grade on (in?) school classes because it has something to do with scholar ship and financial aid even after I get into the grad school. Of course it also is obvious getting high grade means getting more knowledge about these subjects. However, I don't think it is good thing to think about class grades too much. Rather than these stuff, getting clinical experience at FOI surely gives me some ideas of how to follow the path to the excellent athetic trainer.(Is OK)

Yes, all Physical Therapists and ATCs working there will be my living teachers. I will keep my eyes on everthing it is going(it is running?) there and absorb the knowledge and skills as much as possible to be better trainer than who I am today by the last day of my clinical training.(Is this sentence OK??)

Ok, I will start with that clinic stuff first.


Japanese
KIRU(wear something)
HUKU(clothes) WO KIRU (I am gonna wear my clothes. or I am gonna put my clothes on)

try this!!
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