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C: Good morning.

Hello.

(もうお昼だったので、Hello.と言ってしまった)

C: Please put your bags on the chair.

Thank you.

C: Have a seat.

Thank you.

C: First of all, may I have your name and where you came from today?

My name is ○○○○, and I'm from ○○○○, Aichi.

A: Your name is an unusual name. I hear the name first time today.

Yes, it's an unusual name.

A: Where did you say you came from? Is it usual in your town?

I came from Aichi today, but I'm originally from Fukuoka. Near my parents' home, there are 13 ○○○○ families.

A: OK. I'm going to ask you some questions. Why do many women in 30s remain single in Japan?

Well, women in Japan were supposed to get married and raise children, but now, they can choose their way of life.

(試験官C、うなずきながら聞いている)

If they get married, they have to do more housework than their husbands do. Some women don't like it.

A: Why are there a lot of overweight people?

Overweight people?

A: Yes.

The traditional Japanese food is healthy, low in fat.

(試験官C、うなずく)

But now we eat more Western-style food, rich in fat. Some people can't control their appetite. That's why.

A: What do you think can be done?

We can educate children at school about well-balanced diet.

A: What can you do about adults?

Local governments can provide those programs to adult. It's important for health.

A: Why do you use "futon" less?

Well, for elderly people, beds are easy to lie down and get up.

A: But Japanese houses are small and beds seem to take a lot of space.

Yes, it's true, but in our homes, we have only one or two Japanese-style rooms.

(自分が折りたたみベッドを使っていることを思い出す)

I'm using a portable bed.

A: Do you fold it up every day?

No. When I want more space, I can fold it up.

A: That's all for today.

Thank you very much.



 
 
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