Yuki and Hikaru

Session 3: Male 1 to Male 2

Statistics

Statistics M1

Speaking Rate

A: 127.6   B: 118.8

Number of Words:

281

Articulation Rate:

2.1

Speaking Time:

182.8 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

6.2 (389 syllables)

Statistics M2

Speaking Rate

A: 167.8   B: 157.5

Number of Words:

369

Articulation Rate:

2.7

Speaking Time:

180.5 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

7.7 (505 syllables)

Statistics Shared

Silence Total: 32.9 secs.

Percentage: 5.6%

Total Speaking Time:

579 secs

Cross-Talk Pausing:

11.6 sec.

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Transcript

M1: My name is Yuki Katsura

M2: Yuki↓. Ah: ↓

M1: Where (live) your hometown?

M2: I live in Fukuoka city.

M1: City boy. Heh city boy

M2: How about you?

M1:  (     )

M2:  (    )? What prefecture?

M1:  Hyogo.

M2:  Hyogo↑. Ah: ↑

M1: There is a famous and beautiful (exhibition).

M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. (    )

M1: Yes Yes.

M2: Ah. Very far. Why did you come this university?

M1: My teacher.

M2: Recommend.

M1: Yes, yes Yes.

M2: Eh. ↑   Do you want to be an engineer?

M1: No. I want to be an architect.

M2: Ah: Architecture. ↓

M1: I’m an civil engin—architecture and civil engineering student.

M2: So you are–↓

M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes↓

M2: You are architect (Japanese)

M1: Yes, yes, yes.

M2: My major is mechanical engineering.

M1: What is your dream?(7.0)

M2:  I have not decided? But I want to be uh (3.7) work all over the world. (.) I want to, as the st- as the first step I want to go abroad.

M1: What country do you like to go?

M2: Ah↑ England.

M1: Ah, yes, yes, yes.

M2: So because (5.7) one month ago I read the book about (Japanese) do you know (Japanese)? Who is a Japanese person live in, after world war two,  and he makes Japan good good way, very about (   ). Yeh, I like him his principle so um he grew up England, so so↑ I want to go England. ↓

M1: In my (trip) there is (       )

M2: Really?

M1: Yes Yes.

M2: Wow. ↑

M1: It is a very beautiful (.) city.

M2: Why? School trip.

M1: Yes, yes.

M2: Wow! You are rich.

M1: No. No. Only two weeks. Two weeks.

M2: Two↑ weeks↑?

M1: Two weeks.

M2:  (Japanese) (Japanese)

M1: No no no

M2: What’s did you do?

M1: Well (everything)

M2: Ok. Of course. Sight-seeing?

M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes. Oh, Tower of London, Madame (Tussauds), Madame (Tussauds) many dolls, for example,  George Clooney, and (   )

M2: Like a museum.

M1: Japanese (Japanese)

M2: (Japanese) Ah yes yes.  Ah so.

M1: Do you have any hobbies?

M2: My hobby is (.) walking

M1: heh heh me me.

M2: Me too?

M1: Me too. I want to lose weight so almost everyday I’m walking. I don’t like running, so I’m walking.

M2: Wow. Good. Do you join any circle.

M1: Yes, Ultimate Frisbee.

M2: Ultimate Frisbee. Ah: ↑

M1: Do you know Saikawa

M2: Saikawa? No. Saikawa person?

M1: Yes, he’s my club leader. Too (   ) he is in mechanical (    ).

M2: I see. I don’t have fri- fum- friends.

M1: heh(4.6)

M2: Ultimate Frisbee.

M1: It’s very fun.

M2: Fun?

M1: Very fun.

(3.7)
M2: Very (rare) in Japan.

M1: Yes Yes.

M2: Why (.) why↑ do you want to do ultimate↓ frisbee↓?

M1: My friends. First my friends

M2: ah friends

M1: enter this circle so I want to enter.

M2: Ah↑ I see

M1:  this circle

M2: When I was a high school student I played tennis.

M1:  Oh. Are you good at playing tennis?

M2: hhh (No)↓ But now I don’t join↑   any club or circle. So I have to live excit- sports (anything)

M1: Do you have any part-time job?

M2: Oh yeah yeah yeah (.) It’s (.) convenience store.

M1: Ah↑ It’s very hard.

M2: Heh heh Yes↑ Very  but not↑  hard, but (salary) is very little (.) little money, so I have to, I want↑ to I want them (.) up my (salary).

M1: I don’t have any part-time.

M2: Wow↑

M1:  After summer vacation, I want to do any part-time jobs.

M2: Ah: do you have a plan?

M1: Maybe I want to be a teacher in cram school?

M2: I see. Good. good. Heh heh

M1:  I hear, it’s a little expensive.

M2: Salary is very expensive, but there are so many teacher like and so you: can’t attend out of class now, so maybe

M1:  Oh my god↓?

M2:  Depends on cram  (   ) .

M1: Ah:

M2: Do you read Ok↓ do you read book?

M1: No.

M2: No? ↑  How about movie?

M1:  Yes Yes

M2:  Yes? What kind of

M1: Uh Um Last week my friends and I went to movie to watch (3.2) Disney movie?

M2: Disney movie? Ah↑ (Inside) (Head)?

M1: No no no, maybe (Japanese) George Clooney, and

M2: Ah Tomorrow

M1: Yes↑

M2: After ah↑ ah↑

M1: It was very exciting.↑

M2:  Exciting? ↑

M1: Yes.↑

M2: It looks very fun.

M1: Yes. And uh: oh: one (month) later I watched (Dragonball) heh heh.

M2: Wow?

M1:  And Conan. I like movies.

M2: Wow↑ You very like movies.

M1: Yes.

M2:  Eh:

M1:  Do you like movie?

M2: Yeah Yeah. (3.6) The latest one is (5.1) ah Wild Spirit.

M1: Ah, yes,It’s very good. Ah no no

M2: It’s very (    ) comedy heh heh, not (      ) but the actor is (dead), right, you know.↓ So, the last scene megamax, so they, (Japanese) so we can

M1: (buy) (that)

M2: Ah yeah, but↑ that is my first one megaworks Wild Spirit yes, heh so that  that very fun.

Comments

This discussion between Yuki and Hikaru reflects a high speaking rate, with a low percentage of silence (5.6%) and little lexical and syntactic analysis, though there is a high level of repetition with Yuki. Mean length runs are rather short, 6.2 and 7.7. and the number of words is about low (281) to average (369). The conversation is spirited and the men are engaged. I would recommend that both men take more time to explain and to provide more background when telling a story or explaining a preference.

MLR Transcript

Male 1 Mean length runs.

1. M1: My name is Yuki Katsura = 8
2. M1: Where (live) your hometown? = 5
3. M1: City boy. Heh city boy = 4
4. M1: ( ) = 0
5. M1: Hyogo. = 2
6. M1: There is a famous and beautiful (ex//hibition). = 13
7. M1: Yes Yes. = 2
8. M1: My teacher. = 3
9. M1: Yes, yes, yes. = 3
10. M1: No. I want to be an architect. = 9
11. M1: I’m an civil engin—architecture // and civil engineering student. = 19
12/ M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes↓ = 4
13. M1: Yes, yes, yes. = 3
14. M1: What is your dream? = 4
15. M1: What country do you like to go? = 8
16. M1: Ah, yes, yes, yes. = 4
17. M1: In my (trip) there is ( ) = 5
18. M1: Yes Yes. = 2
19. M1: It is a very beautiful (.) city. = 10
20. M1: Yes, yes. = 2
21. M1: No. No. Only two weeks. Two weeks. = 8
22. M1: Two weeks. = 2
23. M1: No no no = 3
24. M1: Well (everything) = 4
25. M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes. Oh, Tower of London, // Madame (Tussauds), many dolls, for exam//ple, George Clooney, and ( ). = 24
26. M1: Japanese (Japanese) = 3
27. M1: Do you have any hobbies? = 7
28. M1: heh heh me me. = 2
29. M1: Me too. I want to lose weight so almost // everyday I’m walking. I don’t like run//ning, so I’m walking. = 26
30. M1: Yes, Ultimate Frisbee. = 6
31. M1: Do you know Saikawa = 6
32. M1: Yes, he’s my club leader. Too ( ) he is in // mechanical ( ). = 14
33. M1: heh = 0
34. M1: It’s very fun. = 4
35. M1: Very fun. = 3
36. M1: Yes Yes. = 2
37. M1: My friends. First my friends = 6
38. M1: enter this circle so I want to en//ter. = 11
39. M1: this circle = 3
40. M1: Oh. Are you good at playing tennis? = 9
41. M1: Do you have any part-time job? = 8
42. M1: Ah↑ It’s very hard. = 5
43. M1: I don’t have any part-time. = 7
44. M1: After summer vacation, I want to // do any part-time jobs. = 16
45. M1: Maybe I want to be a teacher in // cram school? = 12
46. M1: I hear, it’s a little expensive. = 9
47. M1: Oh my god↓? = 3
48. M1: Ah: = 1
49. M1: No. = 1
50. M1: Yes Yes = 2
51. M1: Uh Um Last week my friends and I went to // movie to watch (3.2) = 14
52. M1: Disney movie? = 4
53. M1: No no no, maybe (Japanese) George Clooney, and = 9
54. M1: Yes↑ = 1
55. M1: It was very exciting.↑ = 7
56. M1: Yes.↑ = 1
57. M1: Yes. And uh: oh: one (month) later I watched // (Dragonball) heh heh. = 13
58. M1: And Conan. I like movies. = 6
59. M1: Yes. = 1
60. M1: Do you like movie? = 5
61. M1: Ah, yes, It’s very good. Ah no no = 9
62. M1: (buy) (that) = 2

Male 2 Mean Length Runs

1. M2: Yuki↓. Ah: ↓ = 3
2. M2: I live in Fukuoka city. = 9
3. M2: How about you? = 3
4. M2: ( )? What prefecture? = 4
5. M2: Hyogo↑. Ah: ↑ = 3
6. M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. ( ) = 3
7. M2: Ah. Very far. Why did you come this u//niversity? = 15
8. M2: Recommend. = 3
9. M2: Eh. ↑ Do you want to be an engineer? = 10
10. M2: Ah: Architecture. ↓ = 5
11. M2: So you are–↓ = 3
12. M2: You are architect (Japanese) = 5
13. M2: My major is mechanical engi//neering. = 12
14. M2: I have not decided? But I want to // be uh (3.7) = 12
15. M2: work all over the world. (.) I want to, as // the st- as the first step I want to go // abroad. = 22
16. M2: Ah↑ England. = 3
17. M2: So because (5.7) = 3
18. M2: one month ago I read the book about // (Japanese) do you know (Japanese)? Who is a Japanese per//son live in, after world war two, and he // makes Japan good good way, very about ( ). // Yeh, I like him his principle so um // he grew up England, so so I want to // go England. ↓ = 63
19. M2: Really? = 2
20. M2: Wow. ↑ = 1
21. M2: Why? School trip. = 3
22. M2: Wow! You are rich. = 4
23. M2: Two↑ weeks↑? = 2
24. M2: (Japanese) (Japanese) = 3
25. M2: What’s did you do? = 4
26. M2: Of course. Sight-seeing. = 5
27. M2: Like a museum. = 4
28. M2: (Japanese) Ah yes yes. Ah so. = 5
29. M2: My hobby is (.) walking = 6
30. M2: Me too? = 2
31. M2: Wow. Good. Do you join any circle. = 9
32. M2: Ultimate Frisbee. Ah: ↑ = 6
33. M2: Saikawa? No. Saikawa person? = 9
34. M2: I see. I don’t have fri- fum- friends. = 9
35. M2: Ultimate Frisbee. = 5
36. M2: Fun? = 1
37. M2: Very (rare) in Japan. = 6
38. M2: Why (.) why↑ do you want to do ultimate↓ fris//bee↓? = 11
39. M2: ah friends = 2
40. M2: Ah↑ I see = 3
41. M2: When I was a high school student I played // tennis. = 12
42. M2: hhh (No)↓ But now I don’t join↑ any club or // circle. So I have to live excit- sports // (anything) = 23
43. M2: Oh yeah yeah yeah (.) It’s (.) convenience store. = 9
44. M2: Heh heh Yes↑ Very but not↑ hard, but (salary) // is very little (.) little money, so // I have to, I want↑ to I want them (.) up // my (salary). = 34
45. M2: Wow↑ = 1
46. M2: Ah: do you have a plan? = 6
47. M2: I see. Good. good. Heh heh = 4
48. M2: Salary is very expensive, but there // are so many teacher like and so you: // can’t attend out of class now, so maybe // = 30
49. M2: Depends on cram ( ) . = 4
50. M2: Do you read Ok↓ do you read book? = 9
51. M2: No? ↑ How about movie? = 6
52. M2: Yes? What kind of = 4
53. M2: Disney movie? Ah↑ (Inside) (Head)? George Cloo//ney, and = 12
54. M2: Ah Tomorrow = 4
55. M2: After ah↑ ah↑ = 4
56. M2: Exciting? ↑ = 3
57. M2: It looks very fun. = 5
58. M2: Wow? = 1
59. M2: Wow↑ You very like movies. = 7
60. M2: Eh: = 1
61. M2: Yeah Yeah. (3.6) = 2
62. M2: The latest one is (5.1) = 5
63. M2: ah Wild Spirit. = 4
64. M2: It’s very ( ) comedy heh heh, not ( ) but the ac//tor is (dead), right, you know.↓ So, the last scene //megamax, so they, (Japanese) so we can = 18
65. M2: Ah yeah, but↑ that is my first one mega// works Wild Spirit yes, heh so that that very // fun. = 21

Transcript

M1: My name is Yuki Katsura

M2: Yuki↓. Ah: ↓

M1: Where (live) your hometown?

M2: I live in Fukuoka city.

M1: City boy. Heh city boy

M2: How about you?

M1:  (     )

M2:  (    )? What prefecture?

M1:  Hyogo.

M2:  Hyogo↑. Ah: ↑

M1: There is a famous and beautiful (exhibition).

M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. (    )

M1: Yes Yes.

M2: Ah. Very far. Why did you come this university?

M1: My teacher.

M2: Recommend.

M1: Yes, yes Yes.

M2: Eh. ↑   Do you want to be an engineer?

M1: No. I want to be an architect.

M2: Ah: Architecture. ↓

M1: I’m an civil engin—architecture and civil engineering student.

M2: So you are–↓

M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes↓

M2: You are architect (Japanese)

M1: Yes, yes, yes.

M2: My major is mechanical engineering.

M1: What is your dream?(7.0)

M2:  I have not decided? But I want to be uh (3.7) work all over the world. (.) I want to, as the st- as the first step I want to go abroad.

M1: What country do you like to go?

M2: Ah↑ England.

M1: Ah, yes, yes, yes.

M2: So because (5.7) one month ago I read the book about (Japanese) do you know (Japanese)? Who is a Japanese person live in, after world war two,  and he makes Japan good good way, very about (   ). Yeh, I like him his principle so um he grew up England, so so↑ I want to go England. ↓

M1: In my (trip) there is (       )

M2: Really?

M1: Yes Yes.

M2: Wow. ↑

M1: It is a very beautiful (.) city.

M2: Why? School trip.

M1: Yes, yes.

M2: Wow! You are rich.

M1: No. No. Only two weeks. Two weeks.

M2: Two↑ weeks↑?

M1: Two weeks.

M2:  (Japanese) (Japanese)

M1: No no no

M2: What’s did you do?

M1: Well (everything)

M2: Ok. Of course. Sight-seeing?

M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes. Oh, Tower of London, Madame (Tussauds), Madame (Tussauds) many dolls, for example,  George Clooney, and (   )

M2: Like a museum.

M1: Japanese (Japanese)

M2: (Japanese) Ah yes yes.  Ah so.

M1: Do you have any hobbies?

M2: My hobby is (.) walking

M1: heh heh me me.

M2: Me too?

M1: Me too. I want to lose weight so almost everyday I’m walking. I don’t like running, so I’m walking.

M2: Wow. Good. Do you join any circle.

M1: Yes, Ultimate Frisbee.

M2: Ultimate Frisbee. Ah: ↑

M1: Do you know Saikawa

M2: Saikawa? No. Saikawa person?

M1: Yes, he’s my club leader. Too (   ) he is in mechanical (    ).

M2: I see. I don’t have fri- fum- friends.

M1: heh(4.6)

M2: Ultimate Frisbee.

M1: It’s very fun.

M2: Fun?

M1: Very fun.

(3.7)
M2: Very (rare) in Japan.

M1: Yes Yes.

M2: Why (.) why↑ do you want to do ultimate↓ frisbee↓?

M1: My friends. First my friends

M2: ah friends

M1: enter this circle so I want to enter.

M2: Ah↑ I see

M1:  this circle

M2: When I was a high school student I played tennis.

M1:  Oh. Are you good at playing tennis?

M2: hhh (No)↓ But now I don’t join↑   any club or circle. So I have to live excit- sports (anything)

M1: Do you have any part-time job?

M2: Oh yeah yeah yeah (.) It’s (.) convenience store.

M1: Ah↑ It’s very hard.

M2: Heh heh Yes↑ Very  but not↑  hard, but (salary) is very little (.) little money, so I have to, I want↑ to I want them (.) up my (salary).

M1: I don’t have any part-time.

M2: Wow↑

M1:  After summer vacation, I want to do any part-time jobs.

M2: Ah: do you have a plan?

M1: Maybe I want to be a teacher in cram school?

M2: I see. Good. good. Heh heh

M1:  I hear, it’s a little expensive.

M2: Salary is very expensive, but there are so many teacher like and so you: can’t attend out of class now, so maybe

M1:  Oh my god↓?

M2:  Depends on cram  (   ) .

M1: Ah:

M2: Do you read Ok↓ do you read book?

M1: No.

M2: No? ↑  How about movie?

M1:  Yes Yes

M2:  Yes? What kind of

M1: Uh Um Last week my friends and I went to movie to watch (3.2) Disney movie?

M2: Disney movie? Ah↑ (Inside) (Head)?

M1: No no no, maybe (Japanese) George Clooney, and

M2: Ah Tomorrow

M1: Yes↑

M2: After ah↑ ah↑

M1: It was very exciting.↑

M2:  Exciting? ↑

M1: Yes.↑

M2: It looks very fun.

M1: Yes. And uh: oh: one (month) later I watched (Dragonball) heh heh.

M2: Wow?

M1:  And Conan. I like movies.

M2: Wow↑ You very like movies.

M1: Yes.

M2:  Eh:

M1:  Do you like movie?

M2: Yeah Yeah. (3.6) The latest one is (5.1) ah Wild Spirit.

M1: Ah, yes,It’s very good. Ah no no

M2: It’s very (    ) comedy heh heh, not (      ) but the actor is (dead), right, you know.↓ So, the last scene megamax, so they, (Japanese) so we can

M1: (buy) (that)

M2: Ah yeah, but↑ that is my first one megaworks Wild Spirit yes, heh so that  that very fun.

Statistics P1

Speaking Rate

A: 127.6   B: 118.8

Number of Words:

281

Articulation Rate:

2.1

Speaking Time:

182.8 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

6.2 (389 syllables)

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Statistics M2

Speaking Rate

A: 167.8   B: 157.5

Number of Words:

369

Articulation Rate:

2.7

Speaking Time:

180.5 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

7.7 (505 syllables)

Statistics Shared

Silence Total: 32.9 secs.

Percentage: 5.6%

Total Speaking Time:

579 secs

Cross-Talk Pausing:

11.6 sec.

Comments

This discussion between Yuki and Hikaru reflects a high speaking rate, with a low percentage of silence (5.6%) and little lexical and syntactic analysis, though there is a high level of repetition with Yuki. Mean length runs are rather short, 6.2 and 7.7. and the number of words is about low (281) to average (369). The conversation is spirited and the men are engaged. I would recommend that both men take more time to explain and to provide more background when telling a story or explaining a preference.

MLR Transcript

Male 1 Mean length runs.

1. M1: My name is Yuki Katsura = 8
2. M1: Where (live) your hometown? = 5
3. M1: City boy. Heh city boy = 4
4. M1: ( ) = 0
5. M1: Hyogo. = 2
6. M1: There is a famous and beautiful (ex//hibition). = 13
7. M1: Yes Yes. = 2
8. M1: My teacher. = 3
9. M1: Yes, yes, yes. = 3
10. M1: No. I want to be an architect. = 9
11. M1: I’m an civil engin—architecture // and civil engineering student. = 19
12/ M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes↓ = 4
13. M1: Yes, yes, yes. = 3
14. M1: What is your dream? = 4
15. M1: What country do you like to go? = 8
16. M1: Ah, yes, yes, yes. = 4
17. M1: In my (trip) there is ( ) = 5
18. M1: Yes Yes. = 2
19. M1: It is a very beautiful (.) city. = 10
20. M1: Yes, yes. = 2
21. M1: No. No. Only two weeks. Two weeks. = 8
22. M1: Two weeks. = 2
23. M1: No no no = 3
24. M1: Well (everything) = 4
25. M1: Yes, yes, yes, yes. Oh, Tower of London, // Madame (Tussauds), many dolls, for exam//ple, George Clooney, and ( ). = 24
26. M1: Japanese (Japanese) = 3
27. M1: Do you have any hobbies? = 7
28. M1: heh heh me me. = 2
29. M1: Me too. I want to lose weight so almost // everyday I’m walking. I don’t like run//ning, so I’m walking. = 26
30. M1: Yes, Ultimate Frisbee. = 6
31. M1: Do you know Saikawa = 6
32. M1: Yes, he’s my club leader. Too ( ) he is in // mechanical ( ). = 14
33. M1: heh = 0
34. M1: It’s very fun. = 4
35. M1: Very fun. = 3
36. M1: Yes Yes. = 2
37. M1: My friends. First my friends = 6
38. M1: enter this circle so I want to en//ter. = 11
39. M1: this circle = 3
40. M1: Oh. Are you good at playing tennis? = 9
41. M1: Do you have any part-time job? = 8
42. M1: Ah↑ It’s very hard. = 5
43. M1: I don’t have any part-time. = 7
44. M1: After summer vacation, I want to // do any part-time jobs. = 16
45. M1: Maybe I want to be a teacher in // cram school? = 12
46. M1: I hear, it’s a little expensive. = 9
47. M1: Oh my god↓? = 3
48. M1: Ah: = 1
49. M1: No. = 1
50. M1: Yes Yes = 2
51. M1: Uh Um Last week my friends and I went to // movie to watch (3.2) = 14
52. M1: Disney movie? = 4
53. M1: No no no, maybe (Japanese) George Clooney, and = 9
54. M1: Yes↑ = 1
55. M1: It was very exciting.↑ = 7
56. M1: Yes.↑ = 1
57. M1: Yes. And uh: oh: one (month) later I watched // (Dragonball) heh heh. = 13
58. M1: And Conan. I like movies. = 6
59. M1: Yes. = 1
60. M1: Do you like movie? = 5
61. M1: Ah, yes, It’s very good. Ah no no = 9
62. M1: (buy) (that) = 2

Male 2 Mean Length Runs

1. M2: Yuki↓. Ah: ↓ = 3
2. M2: I live in Fukuoka city. = 9
3. M2: How about you? = 3
4. M2: ( )? What prefecture? = 4
5. M2: Hyogo↑. Ah: ↑ = 3
6. M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. ( ) = 3
7. M2: Ah. Very far. Why did you come this u//niversity? = 15
8. M2: Recommend. = 3
9. M2: Eh. ↑ Do you want to be an engineer? = 10
10. M2: Ah: Architecture. ↓ = 5
11. M2: So you are–↓ = 3
12. M2: You are architect (Japanese) = 5
13. M2: My major is mechanical engi//neering. = 12
14. M2: I have not decided? But I want to // be uh (3.7) = 12
15. M2: work all over the world. (.) I want to, as // the st- as the first step I want to go // abroad. = 22
16. M2: Ah↑ England. = 3
17. M2: So because (5.7) = 3
18. M2: one month ago I read the book about // (Japanese) do you know (Japanese)? Who is a Japanese per//son live in, after world war two, and he // makes Japan good good way, very about ( ). // Yeh, I like him his principle so um // he grew up England, so so I want to // go England. ↓ = 63
19. M2: Really? = 2
20. M2: Wow. ↑ = 1
21. M2: Why? School trip. = 3
22. M2: Wow! You are rich. = 4
23. M2: Two↑ weeks↑? = 2
24. M2: (Japanese) (Japanese) = 3
25. M2: What’s did you do? = 4
26. M2: Of course. Sight-seeing. = 5
27. M2: Like a museum. = 4
28. M2: (Japanese) Ah yes yes. Ah so. = 5
29. M2: My hobby is (.) walking = 6
30. M2: Me too? = 2
31. M2: Wow. Good. Do you join any circle. = 9
32. M2: Ultimate Frisbee. Ah: ↑ = 6
33. M2: Saikawa? No. Saikawa person? = 9
34. M2: I see. I don’t have fri- fum- friends. = 9
35. M2: Ultimate Frisbee. = 5
36. M2: Fun? = 1
37. M2: Very (rare) in Japan. = 6
38. M2: Why (.) why↑ do you want to do ultimate↓ fris//bee↓? = 11
39. M2: ah friends = 2
40. M2: Ah↑ I see = 3
41. M2: When I was a high school student I played // tennis. = 12
42. M2: hhh (No)↓ But now I don’t join↑ any club or // circle. So I have to live excit- sports // (anything) = 23
43. M2: Oh yeah yeah yeah (.) It’s (.) convenience store. = 9
44. M2: Heh heh Yes↑ Very but not↑ hard, but (salary) // is very little (.) little money, so // I have to, I want↑ to I want them (.) up // my (salary). = 34
45. M2: Wow↑ = 1
46. M2: Ah: do you have a plan? = 6
47. M2: I see. Good. good. Heh heh = 4
48. M2: Salary is very expensive, but there // are so many teacher like and so you: // can’t attend out of class now, so maybe // = 30
49. M2: Depends on cram ( ) . = 4
50. M2: Do you read Ok↓ do you read book? = 9
51. M2: No? ↑ How about movie? = 6
52. M2: Yes? What kind of = 4
53. M2: Disney movie? Ah↑ (Inside) (Head)? George Cloo//ney, and = 12
54. M2: Ah Tomorrow = 4
55. M2: After ah↑ ah↑ = 4
56. M2: Exciting? ↑ = 3
57. M2: It looks very fun. = 5
58. M2: Wow? = 1
59. M2: Wow↑ You very like movies. = 7
60. M2: Eh: = 1
61. M2: Yeah Yeah. (3.6) = 2
62. M2: The latest one is (5.1) = 5
63. M2: ah Wild Spirit. = 4
64. M2: It’s very ( ) comedy heh heh, not ( ) but the ac//tor is (dead), right, you know.↓ So, the last scene //megamax, so they, (Japanese) so we can = 18
65. M2: Ah yeah, but↑ that is my first one mega// works Wild Spirit yes, heh so that that very // fun. = 21

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