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B : How are you?

Fine thank you, and you?

B : Fine, thank you. May I have your name, please?

My name is …

B : Where do you come from?

I come from Utsunomiya city, Tochigi Prefecture.

I’d like to ask you a few questions. What’s the difference between
people in Tokyo and Osaka?

Osaka people are more frank than Tokyo people. Their language is rough
compared with the language of Tokyo, or the common language. They like
rakugo, or manzai, and festivals, more than Tokyo people.

A : Do Japanese people overwork?

Yes, they do. Some people get sick from too much overwork. Health is
above wealth, as the proverb goes.

A : Which do you place priority on, your work or family life?

I place priority on both.

A : Oh, a good balance. By the way, many bicycles are parked around
train stations. What do you think about this?

It’s a social problem.

A : Why do they do that?

Maybe senior high school students come to Tokyo, or maybe to Utsunomiya
City from other towns. And they go to school by bicycle.

Why do they do that?

They want to save their bus fare, maybe.

A : Why do they do that? How do you go to school?

I walk to school for exercise.

B : For exercise?

A : How long do you walk?

Thirty minutes. It’s a small city, unlike Tokyo.

A : What’s a solution to the bicycle problem?

Communities are advising commercial shops to provide space to park
bicycles.

A : OK, today’s test is over. Have a nice day.

You too. Thank you very much.


 
 
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