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Good morning.

A, C: Good morning.(にこやか)

C: Please have a seat. You can put your bag on another chair.

Thank you very much.

C: Could you give me your name?

Yes. My name is ....

C: Where do you live?

I'm from .... in the western part of Tokyo.

A: Well, thank you for coming today.

You're welcome.

A: I will ask you some questions. Why do the Japanese people crap hands in the end of events.

(一方的に、一本締とか三本締かと思い込んでしまった。拍手のことかもしれないのに。。。確かめれば良かった。しかし、あがっていて聞き返す余裕なし)

I think Japanese people generally like to do the same thing together. We usually crap hands in companies. For example, we have a small party in the end of the year, and crap our hands to thank to each other's special services during the year.

A: So, don't you crap hands in other occasions like wedding ceremony?

Yes, we crap hands in such an occasion.

A:(もって何か突っ込みたかったようですが、次の質問へ)
Next question. What do you think about that walking activities are so popular among middle and elderly people?

I think that is very good phenomenon. Japanese people usually have longevity, so after their retirement, they have 20 year to 30 years to their death. Therefore, walking activity are very good to keep their health.

A: Ok, the last question. How do you explain Kaiten Zushi for foreigners?

Kaitenzushi is a kind of sushi, Sushi is oval-shaped boiled rice topped with sliced fish. Plate of sushi is circulating around serving var, and you can take whatever you want.
(やっとおちついてきて、A,Bの両方にアイコンタクト)

A: Do you know a good one?

Yes, I know Genki zushi in Shinjuku. The restaurant is very popular because of the low price. I remember one place is about one hundred yen. I thinkg kaiten zushi is interesting, especially for foreigners.

A: Umm ... That is cheap. It si around ... cents. It's cheap ...
(と、独り言を言っていた)
(Cもこちらを見て、スマイル)

A: Well, the exam is over. Thank you very much.

Well, thank you very much.
(出て行こうとするが、扉が重く開かない)

C: Oh, please push the door strongly.

Ok. Thank you. Good bye.

A: Good bye.


 
 
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