I am Nicholas Lockard. Pleased to you meet you. I live in America, but more specifically New York. I am 21 years old. I will be an English teacher. I know how to speak a little Japanese. Please teach me Japanese. I am pleased to meet you, please be kind to me.
This is what I'll stick with for now until I move. This will obviously change around some once I actually get there. I will turn 22 once I get there. I also won't live in NY anymore haha.
Tip ＃１- When telling people where you live - It is best to say a broad area and then the specific area (if necessary). You do this by adding a の (no).
とちぎ の さの にすんでいます。
This literally means Tochigi, Sano I live. I think its translated to I live in Tochigi, but more specifically Sano.
Another Tip - Apparently a really, really polite way of replying to 元気ですか？ Is to say -
元気です。 あなた は いかが ですか？ People will be like Wow - you're a foreigner and you said that. Apparently it is more intellectual sounding.