B: Good afternoon.
A: Good afternoon. Please tell us your name and where you live.
My name is ..... I live in ....., .... ward, northern part in Tokyo.
A: How long did it take you to come here?
It took about 30 minutes from .... In ..., I took a shakuhachi lesson this morning.
A: Shakuhachi is a Japanese flute...?
A: How long have you taken the lesson?
I've been practising it for almost two years.
A: Are you good?
Yes. I'm confident.
A: Why did you decide to learn shakuhachi?
When I saw a concert of a shakuhachi player, named ...., I was very impressed. He was so cool.
A: Why are Japanese so reserved and modest?
Japanese people are modest, because we are not required to express opinions openly in schools from elementary school to university.
A: Are you modest?
Yes, I think so.
A: Why are crimes committed by Japanese youth increasing?
Japanese youth tend to be violent because they are influenced by contents of the Internet and TV. The parents of the children should use software which enables them to control or limit access to the Internet.
A: Do you use the Internet?
Yes, I use it everyday.
What do you use it for?
Because I'm now interested in Tweety, a cartoon character, I always use...... Tweety originated in the United States, so I look for information on U.S. websites.
A: Tweety, the yellow bird?
Yes, Tweety bird.
A: More and more Japanese have pets. Do you have any pets?
Yes, I have nine pet birds, including ducks, chickens, and pigeons.（AとB驚く）
A: Where do they live in?（質問はうる覚え）
Ducks are living in my yard.... garden. Pigeons and chickens are in my room.
A: Is your garden big?
No, it's a small garden, regrettably.
A: Do you think having pets is good for children?
Yes, by feeding them and taking them to walk, children can develop mentality to love smaller creatures.
A: Ok... The interview is finished.
A: Thank you.
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