- 白ぐみは はたをふって おうえんします。The white team waves flags and cheers.
- きょうぎの あと後は おひる昼ごはんの じかん時間です。After the games, it is time for lunch.
- 白ぐみの 方が ５０てん多いので、今年は 白ぐみのゆうしょう です The white team has 50 points more, so they are the winners this year.
In alignment with the Senior Japanese syllabus and the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)
- Doing a favor for another Vてあげます (N4)
- Noun の後（で）sequencing after (N4)
- Giving a reason (since, so) ～から(N5)
- Comparison より/ほうが/とくらべて (N5)
- Connectors そして、それから、さいしょに、一番目(N5)
- connect sentences Vて(N5)
- Listing Vたり、Vたり(N5) and Conditional if/ when Vたら(N4)
- Intention/ planning V みます (N4)
- Called; named「Plain V」と言う(N4)
- Doing [A] is [B]. AのはBだ（N4）
- While; during; as V ながら(N4)
Cultural note from the author:
Sports day, うんどうかい is one of the main traditional annual events at primary schools in Japan. A school is usually divided into two teams, red and white, and they compete against each other. The day starts with an opening ceremony and continues with various games and performances throughout the day. Families are invited to cheer and join for lunch. I remember I was a member of the cheerleading team from year 5 to 6. Instead of wearing a cute cheerleading costume, we proudly wore the traditional Japanese outfit known as hakama, which is reminiscent of samurai attire. We felt so cool! Let us find out what sort of day Japanese kids have on sports day.