B： What's your name?
My name is ○○○○
B： Where are you from?
I 'm from ○○○○ city, between Kyoto and Osaka.
A： I'll ask you a few questions. A foreign tourist just arrived at Kansai Airport for the first time. Where would you take him?
Oh, I would like to take him to the Kinkakuji, Golden Pavilion in Kyoto. The other day, the Prime Minister Koizumi took US President to the Golden Pavilion. Mr. Bush said, in spite of himself, "It's beautiful," when he saw the Pavilion and autumn leaves reflected on the surface of the pond. So I'd like to take him there.
A： What's the difference between Kinkakuji and Ginkakuji?
Kinkakuij is cheerful and Ginkakuji has serene atmosphere.
A： When were they built?
Kinkakuji was built in the 14th century, and Ginkakuji was built about less than 100 years later.
A： OK! Do you have a job?
No, I have no job.
A： Were you a salaried worker?
A： Why do Japanese work overtime so much? Did you work overtime?
Yes, I did. When other people work, I feel uneasy if I don't work.
A： OK. What do you think about the jellyfish?
Sorry. Would you mind…what do you mean by jellyfish?
Oh! They are coming to the Japan Sea. Researchers are studying to make use of them as food or fertilizer.
A： OK. We'll finish the interview.
I'm a little sweating. Thank you.
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