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    the early born

    The school year in Japan starts in April.
    Those who are born between January 1 and
    April 1 (inclusive) start school one year
    before the rest of the people born in the
    same year.

    This is short information for you. Also
    may I ask if the above sentences are correct?
    Itasan

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    Re: the early born

    You don't need to put "(inclusive)" anymore, since you already specified that they have to born between those dates. Other than that, yes, the sentences are correct.

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