A: Hello. Good afternoon.
Hello. Good afternoon.
C: May I have your name, please?
My name is ○○○○.
C: Where do you live?
I live in ○○○○, apart from my family, because of my job.
C: What part of ○○○○ are you from?
C: Could you tell me what ○○○○ is like?
I’ve never thought about that. It's easy access from ○○○○ to my workplace. It takes about one hour by train. And it's close to Shibuya.
A: What about your hometown?
My hometown is Kagawa Pref. It is famous for Sanuki Udon noodles. We can see Sanuki noodle shops in Tokyo.
A: Let me ask you a question. Why do young people want to go overseas to work?
I beg your pardon?
A: Why do young people want to go overseas to work?
The level of English-speaking ability of young people is increasing. They would like to communicate in English more. And also, I feel the Japanese workplace is too formal. So, they want to go to a different place. They want to show their ability more freely and….
A: What do you think about going to space?
I read in the newspaper that we can go to space as a tourist. That's very good, but it costs too much, and there are many obstacles to go space,
we need training to go to space.
A: Could you explain about "uchiwa"?
"Uchiwa" is a round fan. It is used for cooling ourselves during mid-summer time, 90 % production of Uchiwa is in my hometown.
A: Oh, that's good.
When I went to foreign countries, I took uchiwa as a souvenir. They welcomed…
They were pleased to have them.
A: What is "obi"?
"Obi" is a broad sash. Obi is very long, so it is wound around our waist when we wear kimono. There are various kinds of "obi" and they are very beautiful. So I would recommend foreign tourists to buy…, but it is difficult to buy it, so, to see them. I would recomend them to go to Kyoto, because there are many professional dancing girls in Kyoto.
A: OK, that's all. Thank you.
Thank you very much.
Good-bye. Thank you.
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