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C: Good afternoon.

Good afternoon.

C: Please tell me your name and where you came from.

My name is ...... I came from Ashikaga city in Tochigi prefecture.

C: Oh, Ashikaga city?

Yes. なにか言うべきかと思ったが、何も言わなかった。

A: I am going to ask you some questions. What do people do to prepare for the earthquake?

It's a difficult question. I think there are many things. For example, I prepare some water, food and survival kits. Also, people have to make sure the way they evacuate, are evacuated.
しゃべってから、文法ミスに気づいたが、ここで止めてしまった。

A:Did you have big earthquakes in Japan?( 正確には思い出せないがこのようなことを聞かれたと思う。)

Yes. We had Hanshin earthquake several years ago, and this time we had Niigata earthquake. The government responded quickly compared to Hanshin earthquake.

A: Yes.

So, quick action is very important, and I think past earthquake measures are also important. 余計な事を言っていると思ったが、止まらなかった。

A: Next question. What do you think of an increasing foreign workers?

I think it is a good thing. Japan is an aging society, and the number of the working people is decreasing. We need more workforce.They contribute to Japanese society in health care facilities and construction companies.

A: So, you think it is a good thing.

Yes, I think so.

A: Next question. What is Senbei?

Senbei is salty or sweeten cracker made from rice or wheat-flour.
間違いに気づいたが直せなかった。

A: どんなせんべいがあるか?という質問だった気がする。

In Tokyo, we have round flat senbei, some are wapped with a sheet of dried seaweed.
つい草加せんべいを思い出してしまったが、その説明が出来なかった。
Senbei is crispy, and popular among the older generations.

A: What do other people like?

Younger children tend to eat soft and sweet food like cookies and chocolate.
A: What kind of snacks do you like?

I like traditional Japanese sweets.

A: Tell me the names.

I like Youkan, a sweet beanpaste jelly.
ここでCが笑った。理由でも言えばよかったのか、と後で思った。

A: That is it. Thank you very much.

Thank you very much. Thank you for everything you've done for me.




 
 
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