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IX Japanese School Life and Culture
The division of tasks between students at school lunch time makes it possible for students to have lunch regularly: a group of students are responsible for serving lunch, while another group arranges desks and chairs for lunch. They take turns for these tasks.
‡@Putting on a apron and a coif. ‡ACarrying school lunch container to the homeroom. ‡BDistributing the school lunch. ‡CReturning the school lunch containers to the school lunch room.
Students who are not involved in the tasks.
‡DArranging desks. ‡EWashing hands. ‡FLining up to receive school lunch. ‡GReturning the dishes.

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