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Japanese senor high school; Acceptance of homosexuality and understanding of English by a 1st year

In advance thank you very much for your help, last time I went here was very informative
and I plan to post a link to that fic as soon as it is finished.

This time I am yet again writing a fanfiction and have a few questions I would like cleared up;

1. In this story Student A is trying to get a fairly good grasp of English now is because his boyfriend just
moved back to the states and he wants to make the gesture of knowing it even if his boyfriend and the
boyfriend's family all know Japanese fluently. Is this totally unrealistic that Student A would be trying
to get tutored along with normal classes and cram school?

1a. What kind of english would Student A and Student B know? Would it be like how I've heard it is here in the US where
it's more textbook-y and not quiet how you would really speak the language? How well would they know slang?

For some background, Student A just does just enough to pass. Student A is not doing bad per say, but I'd
still say slightly below average unless that would put him at a level that he would not pass. Student B, which
is the one who would be tutoring him, has a passion for the subject and while not getting
100s all the time does very well. Both are in their first year of senor high school.


2. Another question is what views would the school be likely to have on homosexuality? While both Student A and
Student B have boyfriends neither is public about it. But would they also need to hide their homosexuality
because of public views on it? How open would the teachers be as opposed to the other students? Anything else
I need to keep in mind but am not thinking of?

Again, thanks in advance for any help you can give me :D
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