C： Please take seat.
Thank you. Can I put this here?（荷物を置く）
C： Please tell us your name and where you came from.
A： You came from such a far away place.
Not so far. It takes only forty minutes by Shinkansen. Shinkansen is very fast.
A： Now, I’ll ask you some questions.
A： Why do Japanese women in their thirties remain single?
I think it’s because they prefer single life. Most of them live with their parents and their mothers cook for them. And they can use their money for their benefit.（ここでさえぎられる）
A： Ok. That’s good. Next question. What do you think of having nurses and care workers coming over from abroad?
I think it’s good. Not many people want to go into the medical profession because they are very hard and challenging.
A： Don’t you agree?
No, I don’t. I think Japan should take an active role in the peace-keeping
activities, however Iraqi people have their own government and it’s their
job to govern their country.
Do you know anyone who went abroad?
I teach English and some of my students went abroad.
A： Have you ever been abroad?
I lived in U.S. and Israel when I was three years old.（と言ったところで3人に爆笑された）Long time ago.
A,B： Do you remember anything?
I don’t remember much.
A： You said Israel?
A： That’s interesting.
A： Now, tell me about futon.
Futon is a thick mattress. We put it on tatami mat . Foreign tourists
can find it in Japanese style inns.
A： Which do you prefer? Futon or bed.
I prefer futon.
You prefer futon.
A： OK. What are you going to do after this exam?
It’s a fine day today. Autumn leaves are colored and beautiful. I’ll go to see them after this.
A： Oh, I want to go ,too. Have you ever been to Kyoto?
A： Yeah! We are in Kyoto. Thank you. That’s all.
Thank you for your time.
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