B: Please have a seat.
B: May I have your name?
My name is ....
B: Where do you live?
I live in ....
A: Good afternoon.
A: I appreciate you for coming here under such a bad weather. I will ask you some questions about Japanese culture and society. I want you to relax and answer the questions.
A: Why do Japanese businessmen like to use business cards?
（「名刺」のような古典的な質問をされるとは思わなかったので、「会社の車」と勘違いして）You mean "business cars?"
A: Oh, I mean "business cards."
First, by exchanging business cards, you can remember the name of a sender.Second, Japanese people like to call each other by their titles.
A: Are there any reasons?
By showing the business card and you've got you can introduce the sender to
A: What is "culture festival"?
Culture festival has some meanings. At a school level, it is called "school festival." They hold some exhibitions, such as a haunted house or some restaurants at school. At a business level, some companies hold special exhibitions such as the introduction of new products.
A: These days a lot of people use "electronic" dictionary." What do you think about that?
Personally, I don't like an electronic dictionary.
I have avoided using electronic dictionaries. I want to make sure of the meaning or definition by flipping the pages of paper....（適当な単語が一瞬、出てこない）... a book type of dictionary. But I think it is more convenient when you carry it than carrying a book type of dictionary.
A: Thank you very much. Again I appreciate you for coming here all the way in such a bad weather.
Thank you.（Aの方に向かって）Thank you very much.（Cの方に向かって）Thank you.（Bの方に向かって）
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