Animal Visitors 英会話・英語 アミック


Hello everyone! 

On Saturday, June 4th, I was teaching at our Shigenobu school when we had an unusual visitor! With so many fields near the school, we are used to an occasional spider, frog, or bee coming to visit our school. On that day though, we discovered a baby bat!

Some people are quite scared of bats, but most are harmless and only eat insects or fruit. I actually find them quite cute! In America, though, bats are often carriers of disease and are usually killed. Japan is fortunate to have eliminated rabies, the most dangerous disease that bats sometimes have in the United States. 

Our visitor was safely removed with a net by Fuji staff and returned to the fields. It is very important not to touch wild animals!

Bats are an often misunderstood animal, a topic which is covered in one of our textbooks, Impact, from National Geographic. All animals play an important role in the environment.

Have you seen any wild animals recently? How do you feel about bats?


A Baby Bat!
Learn about Bats and other Misunderstood Animals in the Impact textbook!


最近のグローバル化に伴い、英会話スクールの必要性はますます増加しております。特に、スピーキング・リスニング・ライティング・リーディングの4技能をバランスよく持つ人材が必要とされており、英検など4技能対応型の試験への期待も高まっております。小学校の英語必修化や資格試験を重視する大学入試の大幅な変更もすぐそこに迫って来ている中、 アミック・イングリッシュセンターとしては、英検やTOEICの対策にも力を入れており、優秀な外国人及び日本人講師を積極的に採用しております。