B： May I have your name?
My name is ○○○○.
B： Where are you from?
I’m from ○○○○.
A： What do you think about young people living with their parents?
It's a good thing as long as the family members are happy with the situation. But there is a tendency for the young generation to depend on their parents. Actually I live with my son and daughter.
A： Oh, how do you feel about that?
My husband is very happy with the situation but I'm a little worried about their lack of independency.
B： OK, next question. What do you think about the current situation in Iraq?
I don’t support Mr. Koizumi's policy about Iraq. Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution prohibits the use of military force, and so Japan's self defense forces are, in reality, protected by foreign armies in Iraq. It's dangerous to be dispatched in a foreign country without being able to use military force.
C： Last question. How do Japanese celebrate "tsukimi"?
You mean Moon viewing?
A： Oh yes.
Autumn, when air is clean, is a good season to view the moon. We make dumplings and put a plate of dumplings and other offerings on the verandah.
A： You said autumn is a good season to view the moon. Do you mean you celebrate the event from September through November?
Usually once a year. In September or October.
A： That's all. Thank you.