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Good afternoon.

A, B, C: Good afternoon.

(何も言われないので、自分で座ろうとしたら…)

A: Please have a seat.

Thank you.

B: Please give us your name.

Thank you.

My name is … .

B: Where do you live?

I live in Hyogo Prefecture.
(面接官の人たちが少しびっくりして…)

Thank you for coming.

A: I’m going to ask you some questions. What do you think of youngsters spending so much time on online games?

I think they spend too much time on it and it may lead to some of the social problems concerning youngsters. Children or youngsters who spend too much time in front of computer games and online activities are not able to communicate well with other people. They lose opportunities to learn how to get along with other people. This may result in juvenile delinquency such as murders.

(特に反応はなく、次の質問へ)

A: Why is the amount of allowance Japanese office workers get from their wives so small?

I think that’s because the living cost in Japan is high compared to their salary. And if the wife doesn’t work outside, the family has to live on husband’s income. Wives are the ones who usually have control over household finance, so they don’t want their husbands to spend too much money by drinking with their colleagues and on their hobbies.(だらだらと話をしたので、早く切ってほしいという顔をされたが、最後の一文で笑いが起きた。

A: Why do Japanese buy bottled water instead of tap water?

Because the tap water isn’t so good. It’s more polluted than before. The bottled water tastes better. Also, we didn’t have bottle water before, but we can now easily buy bottled water and the price is getting lower.

(面接官CがAに5分経過したと耳打ち)

A: What do you think of the dispatch of Japanese Self-Defense Forces to Iraq?

I’m against it. But I think that Japan should participate in the international cooperation activity. I think Japan should contribute to the international society. Our constitution prohibits the use of military force. I think Japan should make contribution in more peaceful way.

A: Thank you very.

Thank you very much.

全体を通してあまり反応が無く、面接官Aの人は眠そうで、やりにくかった。



 
 
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