AB： Hello. Please take a seat.
B： What's your name ?
My name is....
B： OK. Where do you come from ?
I come from・・・in Mie prefecture.
A： I don't know that place.(と言って試験官Bと小声でなにか話していた。おそらく三重についてのことだと思われたので)
It's kind of a boring place, but there are many places to visit in Mie
A： OK. Now I'd like to ask you about Japan.
A： Lately young children don't seem to know kanji well. Please tell me
some reasons and what you think about this.
I mean the content of the curriculum has been reduced because lots of
students were stressed. I think it's kind of a pity.
A： I don't understand. You said the curriculum has been reduced to release children from stress, but you said you should encourage children to learn more kanji. How do you think you can encourage children ?
I think parents should encourage children to learn more kanji at home.
A： OK. Next question. It's a totally different topic. What do you think about that Japanese professional baseball players had strike ?
I think it was good because Japanese baseball got more attention.
A： In America if baseball teams have strike, people get mad at them and people are leaving them. Why doesn't it happen in Japan ?
Because Japanese people have a tendency not to say things against authorities, but those baseball players did it and people liked it.
A： OK. Now I'd like to ask you a totally different question. What is
A： At least one in a house ?
Oh, no. Not at least one. One Butsudan at one house. I'm sorry I made a mistake.
A： That's OK. Does every house have Butsudan ?
A： (笑って) That's practical. OK. That's all. Thank you for coming.
Thank you very much for your time.
Actually, I'm so relieved now.
Thank you. Have a good evening.(と癖で言ってしまってからギョッ!!まだ2時前で
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