A B： Good morning. （笑顔）
Good morning. （笑顔）
A： Please have your seat.
Thank you. （カバンを下に置いて着席する）
B： May I have your name and where did you come from?
My name is ..... I live in Mino City, Osaka. （I came from と答えればよかった・・・）
A： I will ask you some questions. Please answer these questions.
A： Recently I noticed that many bicycles are left around a train station.
I think people who live near the station commute by bicycle because it is faster to use bicycle than by walking, ・・・ I mean, on foot. （文法が間違ってしまい、少しあせる。）
But there is no space to park their bicycles, so they just leave them around the station. Yes, this is one of the serious problems in Japan today.
A： So, what should be done to solve the problem?
I think the municipal government should build a parking lot for those bicycles.
A： Do you think only the government should pay for it?
No, I don't think so. The government should build the parking using tax payers' money, and also the people using it should pay for it.
A： OK. Here is another totally different question. What do you think about the cheering in the professional baseball game?
You mean ・・・ cheering team in the back stand ?
I think they do cheering voluntarily. Some people enjoy cheering and playing musical instrument, though, others don't like it. They just want to concentrate on watching the baseball game.
A： Ah・・・I see. Well, the next question. What is the defference between Maiko and Geiko?
I think Geiko-san already finished a geiko-finishing school and work as a specialist. On the other hand, Maiko-san still goes to a maiko-finishing school.
A： I think there are not many Japanese women who want to become a geiko-san or maiko-san these days. Why do you think about this?
I think there are a lot choices for Japanese women when they work in the society. So, geiko-san and maiko-san are less popular.
A： OK, the time is up. Thank you for coming today.
Is it all?
Thank you for taking your time today. Good-bye! （笑顔）
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