A : Good morning.
B : Good morning. Can you tell me your name and where you live?
My name is … and I live in Yao City, Osaka.
A : Oh, one of my friends used to live in the same city but she wanted more excitement and moved to Kyoto.
Oh, really? Yao is a residential area, so there's nothing exciting.
A : She said it was too quiet for her.
Yes, it could be.
A : OK. I'll ask you some questions. Recently there are so many convenient stores all over Japan. What do you think of this?
Well, convenient stores are very convenient. They provide us many kinds of
products, from bottles of drinks to magazines, even panty hose, for someone ripped
one with needle or something. You can buy many things at reasonable price any
A : But isn't it becoming a problem that many young people hung around late at night?
Yes, it is. Some young people don't behave themselves in those stores. It's a problem.
A : Aren't they just having a conversation with their friends? Do you also think it's a problem?
No. As long as they behave themselves, I think it's OK. As long as they care
A : OK. Next question. What do you think about one of those cell-phones which have cameras?
I think it's very convenient. People don't have to carry cameras which Japanese
A : Really? How do they do it?
Well, I guess they take pictures from downstairs inside the skirts or something.
A : Oh, I didn't know that.
B : Yes. I think a policeman was caught by doing this.
I don't know. I'm not sure but maybe in Shinjuku.
A : Well. I think time is up.
A : Yes. We only have little time. Well, thank you for letting me know about problems with a cell phone with a camera.
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