C： Please put your bag on that chair.
C： First, may I have your name and where are you from?
My name is ○○○○. I’m from Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture.
A： All right. Now I ask you some questions.
A： Recently a lot of people don’t pay NHK fees. What do you think of that?
That’s because of the scandals of NHK Company. Many people are very angry and stopped paying the fee. I understand their feeling, however, I think we should pay the fee. I, myself, always pay the NHK fee. I like some of the NHK programs. And as far as I watch it, I pay.
A： I see. So you think they should pay the fee. Are there always problems with NHK?
No, when I was a child, I never heard of that kind of problems.
A： OK. Do you think they should do something to make people pay the fee?
Oh yes. I think NHK should take some measures to make those people pay. I don’t know how, but…
A： All right, I see. Do people always pay if there are not problems with NHK?
Oh no. There are some people who never pay even if there are no problems. Because they are not punished even if they don’t pay.
A： But do you think those people watch NHK programs?
Yes. They say “No, I don’t watch NHK.” And there are no punishments.
A： Hmm… Do you think they should be punished? How?(何か別の表現だったような・・・)
Definitely. For example, NHK should introduce some measures to prevent these people from watching NHK programs.
A： OK. Now another question. What is Kanzashi?
Well, “Kanzashi” is a kind of hair decoration. (この表現はよくないと思ったが、とっさに出てこない！) It’s similar to Kushi, Japanese brush. You put it on your hair when you wear kimono.
A： Ah…, so Kanzashi is…(何か“こんな風なものね”みたいなことを言ったが、忘れてしまった)
Yes（ここで思わず身ぶりで髪を上げる仕草をし、かんざしを飾る風にしながら）you put hair like this, and put kanzashi here. It’s so pretty.
A： All right. That’s all. Thank you
Thank you very much.
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