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A: Hello.(にこにこ)

Hello. Good afternoon. (Helloだけでは失礼かと迷った)

A: Please sit down.

Thank you.

B: Please give your name and address.

Address?

B: Yes.

My name is …. I’m from Ayase in the eastern part of Tokyo.
(まさか住所を全部言わせないだろうと、B女史を見るとOKという感じだったのでほっとした)

A: Now I am going to ask you some questions. What is the difference between Japanese company and American company?

(余り漠然とした質問だったのとハローの想定問題集になかったので、がく然とした。一瞬絶句。

It’s a difficult question. Now is the turning point of our society, it is changing greatly. But Japanese company still maintains seniority system and lifetime employment system. The company places much emphasis on harmony.

(これ以上言うとまとまらなくなるので、この位で言葉を切り、続いて関連質問が出るの待ったが、何の反応もなくてえっ?という感じだった)

A: Next question. Why do people not pay NHK reception fees?

I don’t pay reception fees. We used to trust NHK but they misused our money, which made us very disappointed.
We would not pay our fees because we want NHK to improve their management.
(A,B女史を見ると、B女史が小さく頷きA女史もにっこりしてくれたのでここで止めた。C氏は
無反応。)

A: Now, what do you think about the dispatch of SDF to Iraq?

(えっまだ質問があるのかと驚いた)

It’s a very sensitive question.(A女史が”yes”と答えた気がした) If Japan wants to be a permanent member of the United Nation Security Council, we need to contribute not only financially but also militarily. However, our constitution prohibits SDF to go abroad. So it’s a very sensitive problem.
(B 女史が大きく頷いてくれたのを見て、これはOKだったなとほっとした)

A: What is wagashi?

(余りに一般的なので逆に答えにくかった)
Wagashi means Japanese sweets, which is usually made of soft rice cake and sweet been paste. They are in various shapes such as flowers. We eat them in accordance with the season.

A: That’s all. Thank you.

全体的に質問の数が3つと思っていたので、4つで多いと思ったのと、取りあえずの回答に対して
突っ込んだ質問が無く、通り一遍で盛り上がらなかった。私の前の受験者の時部屋から笑い声が聞こえてきたので、私の場合話しが一方的でつまらなかったと思う。がっかりしました。


 
 
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