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Good afternoon.

A : Hello. Good afternoon. Please take a seat. May I have your name?

My name is c

A : Where do you live?

I live in Osaka. But I'm temporally living in Sakai City.

A : Why temporally?

Because my house was on a fire on August 5. I moved to my parents' house in Sakai.

A : How did it happen?

Forgetting putting a kettle over a fire.

A : So you came from Sakai today?

Yes.

A : I see. What are you?

I'm an English teacher in a junior college or a community college, we call it "senmongakko." But I taught Japan and things Japanese to Chinese, Koreans and Japanese last year in Japanese.

A : Now I will ask about culture. What is the most important Japanese culture?

Japan and the spirits, the mind, the way of thinking of Japanese people.

A : Oh,? Important Japanese culture c

Yes. For example, Japanese people are shy and modest. They hesitate to speak up. I want people from foreign countries to understand it.

A : OK. Are you interested in the Hanshin Tigers?

Yes. But I haven't watch TV for about a month because of the fire. However, I went to Takashimaya where Mr. Koizumi and other two statesmen came to make a speech. And then I noticed the Hanshin Tigers won. I like their hat and c uniform.

A : What do you think of Mr. Koizumi as a prime minister?

I think he is a good statesman. However, I am very concerned about the war. For example, the Iraq War.

A : So you are against Japan's sending PKO to the war places and against the United Nations?

I want Japan to take a good role in an international area so I'm not against sending it to the place. However, I'm just worried about wars.

A : All right, thank you.


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