受験者( 90 ):女性
 
A,B:Good morning.
Good morning.
A:Maybe you can put your belongings on the desk.
Thank you.
A:Please have a seat.
Thank you.
B:Thank you for coming.
Thank you for inviting me here today.
A:May I have your name?
My name is ....
A:Where do you live?
I live in .... It is located in western Tokyo.
B:How long did it take to get here?
It took about one hour by train.
B:Ok. How can I get to Mt. Fuji from Tokyo?
There are several ways to get to Mt. Fuji, but I recommend train. You can get bullet train to Shizuoka city. There, you can see beautiful view of Mt. Fuji. If you want to go closer, you can get bus or taxi.
B:What is the biggest automobile factory?
Toyota is the biggest automobile company. The headquarters of Toyota is located in Toyota city near Nagoya. I have heard that the Toyota is going to sell about 10million car a year, so it is a big company.
(工場は無視して、トヨタのことばかり話していました)
B:Other than Toyota, where else the automobile factories are located?
In Kanagawa prefecture, there is Nissan’s factory, and in Hiroshima there is a Matsuda’s factory.
B:How about Kawasaki?
Kawasaki is famous for motorcycle.
B:Where do you recommend for ski resort?
Since I am from Hokkaido,
A:Oh really?
Yes, so, I want to recommend Hokkaido. There is a good ski resort in Niseko. Niseko is located in central Hokkaido, and it has good powder snow. Now, Niseko is very popular among Australians.
A:I have heard about that.
I am glad that Hokkaido became popular.
B:Are there good food in Hokkaido?
Oh yes, there are many delicious foods in Hokkaido. Especially in winter, Crab is very good, and in autumn, potatoes and other vegetables are good.
B:I am vegetarian.
Really? then potatoes, pumpkins, ・・・
B:Is there good Udon in Hokkaido?
Oh yes, there are good Udon restaurants in Hokkaido. I know a good Udon restaurant, so if you go there, I can recommend it.
B:How they heat inside the house in Hokkaido?

B:We use heater・・・ oil-heater. But now the price of oil in rising, so they have difficult situation.
ここで、BがAに何か聞いている。たぶん、まだ続けますか?みたいなこと。AがYesと答えていた。
B:I have heard about samurai, other than samurai what kind of people were there in Edo period.
Other than samurai, there were common people and peasant people. Commoners usually lived in center of the city and farmers usually lived suburbs or more rural areas.
B:Are there any other people?
There were lower class people. In the Edo period, class level was very strict. The lower people could not get decent jobs, so they had hard time.(士農工商にふれれば良かったと後で思った)
A:OK, That is all. Thank you very much.
Thank you very much.
これから日本語の質問あるかと思い、まだ座っていると)
A:That is all now.
Is that all?
A:Yes.
Oh I see, thank you very much.
(荷物をとってドアの所へ行き、一礼して出る。)(荷物をとったときにも振りかえり一礼したほうが良かったと後で反省する)
 

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