Harumi and Ryutaro

Session 7: Female 1 to Male 2

Statistics

Statistics F1

Speaking Rate

A: 104.8   B: 99.3

Number of Words:

293

Articulation Rate:

1.7

Speaking Time:

260.3 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

7.9 (455 syllables)

Statistics M2

Speaking Rate

A: 109.3   B: 99.3

Number of Words:

413

Articulation Rate:

1.8

Speaking Time:

316.0 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

9.6 (576 syllables)

Statistics Shared

Silence Total: 23.7 secs.

Percentage: 3.9%

Total Speaking Time:

600 secs

Cross-Talk Pausing:

9.3 sec.

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Transcript

M2: Hello heh

F1: Hello heh

M2: Uh: My hobby. First, my hobby is playing music, listening to music, I like music heh.

F1: What is 9.3your) instrument?

M2: I play the piano, I play the piano and guitar.

F1: Oh.  Oh oh↓

M2: A little drum, a little

F1: oh oh

M2: I can’t play well.

F1: I play (mandarian)

M2: Oh.
yes, I belong to (mandarian) club in this university.

M2: Really?

F1: Yeah.

M2: It sounds very uh↑ beautiful.

F1: Yes, Yes.

M2: Very cool. I think.

F1: heh I like playing music. Yeah, cool. What’s your circle, club?

M2: Uh, I I am in the (Toien). That’s the boy’s dance club.

F1: Yes.

M2: It’s uh: not playing music.

F1: Yes, yes.

M2: Very interesting.

F1: heh My hobby is eating.

M2: Yeah, yeah. ↑

F1: Heh heh I like eating very much. Heh.

M2: Eating is very good thing.

F1:  Yes.

M2: I like it too.

F1: Yes.

M2: What what food do you like?

F1:  I like Chinese food very much. Yes. My My father, my father is good at cooking in Chinese food. It’s very delicious. Yes.

M2:  I want to eat his cooking. Heh.

F1:Yeah.

M2: Do you go often often go to (Japanese).

F1: Yes, Yes.

M2: yeah yeah

F1: I like to eat (so) ↓

M2: Class I have, I have many classes in university because I I’m uh: (2.9) teacher, teacher

F1: Yes Ah, yes

M2: Teacher’s classes.

F1: What’s your major in?

M2: Major?

F1: Yes.

M2: Ah. Literature. Literature, and I’m majoring English to become

F1: Ah:

M2: teacher

F1: I major in law. It’s very difficult.

M2: I don’t know about the law. heh

F1: Yes. Heh I’m interested in the law, but I (say) I think it’s very difficult. I don’t plan enough to

M2: In the (law) class, what do you learn about law?

F1: Law dictionary, I think what is me. Very difficult and writing and thinking about law. Yeah. heh

M2: Too much writing.

F1: Yes yes.

M2: In the class or test

F1: Yes,

M2: Both

F1: Yes. Yes Eight minutes, one thousand to eight hundred heh law, I like very much.

M2: Really. It’s very difficult.

F1: My hand is very tired.

M2: Yeah yeah yeah. It’s very cool.

F1: What what how do you learn in (literature)?

M2: Literature. I major in literature, in the comparative culture, so man- many, many heh kinds of classes are there, I can’t say a simple (word). Many, for example, English culture, American culture, Japanese culture, and the (    ) is literature or music, social problem. Many, many heh

F1:  heh heh yes.

M2: Especially, I like English culture. England.

(4.5)
F1: Ah: Preferences.

M2: Preferences? I have preferences of (.) food. Ah, yes. I I I hate tomatoes. Heh I’m sorry for tomatoes but heh I can’t eat tomatoes.

F1: I like tomatoes very much heh

M2: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. heh

F1: But↑ I: I don’t like seafood yeah↓
and I don’t like it. What?

M2: Ah: Seafood↑ I I so-so. Heh I don’t like but I like. Heh

F1: Yeah.

M2:Yeah, yeah but but I like (.) I like rice and miso soup.

F1: Ah:

M2: It’s very: ↑ taste good.

F1:  Yes. Yes.

M2: And I feel Japan. I can feel Japan.

F1: Ah But I like↑ junk food.

M2: Ah yeah.

F1: I I like co- coke and hamburger. Yeah, I want to hamburger in America. Yes. It’s big.

M2: Oh really? I I haven’t been there. America or so I don’t know.

F1: heh heh

M2: But I I heard that is very big

F1: Yes yes. I want to eat.

M2: Do you like McDonalds.

F1: Yes. Yes.

M2: I worked in McDonalds.

F1: heh It’s hard?

M2: No. It’s very (temporary) work. I like the hamburgers and some (     ) or sprite. Yeah.

F1: I worked cram school in (   ); it’s very hard. Heh heh. Yeah↓ I think (3.3) high school and junior high school and elementary school but heh many↑  subjects it’s very difficult. It’s hard.

M2: You: ↑ uh teach many uh subjects not only one or two subjects. Heh yeah↓ yeah. ↓(3.6)  It’s too difficult and hard work heh (4.6) But teaching to other people is fun. You enjoy?

F1: Yes, I like teaching. ↑

M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. It’s good↑.

(4.8)
F1: Ah Schedule.

M2: Ah, yeah, yeah, yeah

F1:  (Can) (tell) (us) about-.

M2: I my schedule hmm part-time schedule is not hard yeah but but circle’s club’s activities

F1: Yes yes. Heh

M2: schedule (.) a little

F1: Yes.

M2: hard. Heh

F1: In during summer vacation I work hard in cram school. It’s the student is (    ) yes summer vacation. Heh. Heh. I work hard (.) in August. I: work twenty days. Heh

M2: Oh: Really? ↑

F1: Yes.

M2: So hard.

F1: Yes. I think very hard. Very hard.

M2: Yeah, yeah. You should eat good thing.

F1: Yes. Yes.

M2: In in this August, the summer vacation I work hard too but but not your hard (   ) hard too.

F1: Yes

M2: I work in two weeks every every every day but after two weeks I back to my hometown. Okayama.

F1: I live in Hiroshima.

M2:  Neighborhood.

Comments

This discussion between Harumi and Ryutaro shows again a relatively low speaking rate for Harumi and a relatively high rate for Ryutaro. Acoustic dysfluency is average, 5.8% or 37.3 seconds, and the conversation has no cross-talk pausing. It is quite animated, but there are too many minimal responses on the part of both participants. Harumi has 5.1 syllables for her mean length runs while Ryutaro has 9.5. Again the male dominates in the number of words produced with 371 to Harumi’s 205, and there is a bit too much repetition on both of the participants. This goes to show that while an interchange can be quite animated, the actual fluency can be quite low. The dysfluency is hidden by the short utterances (minimal responses) on the part of both participants.

MLR Transcript

Female 1 Mean length runs.

1. F1: Hello heh = 2
2. F1: What is (your) instrument? = 6
3. F1: Oh. Oh oh↓ = 3
4. F1: oh oh = 2
5. F1: I play (mandarian) = 5
6. F1 yes, I belong to (mandarian) club in this university. = 16
7. F1: Yeah. = 1
8. F1: Yes, Yes. = 2
9. F1: heh I like playing music. Yeah, cool. What’s your circle, club? = 13
10. F1: Yes. = 1
11. F1: Yes, yes. = 2
12. F1: heh My hobby is eating. = 6
13. F1: Heh heh I like eating very much. Heh. = 7
14. F1: Yes. = 1
15. F1: Yes. = 1
16. F1: I like Chinese food very much. Yes. My My father, my father is good at cooking in Chinese food. It’s very delicious. Yes. = 32
17. F1:Yeah. = 1
18. F1: Yes, Yes. = 2
19. F1: I like to eat (so) ↓ = 5
20. F1: Yes Ah, yes = 3
21. F1: What’s your major in? = 5
22. F1: Yes. = 1
23. F1: Ah: = 1
24. F1: I major in law. It’s very difficult. = 11
25. F1: Yes. Heh I’m interested in the law, but I (say) I think it’s very difficult. I don’t plan enough to = 25
26. F1: Law dictionary, I think what is me. Very difficult and writing and thinking about law. Yeah. heh = 2
27. F1: Yes yes. = 2
28. F1: Yes, = 1
29. F1: Yes. Yes Eight minutes, one thousand to eight hundred heh law, I like very much. = 18
30. F1: My hand is very tired. = 7
31. F1: What what how do you learn in (literature)? = 10
32. F1: heh heh yes. = 1
33. F1: Ah: Preferences. = 4
34. F1: I like tomatoes very much heh
35. F1: But↑ I: I don’t like seafood yeah↓ and I // don’t like it. What? = 14
36. F1: Yeah. = 1
37. F1: Ah: = 1
38. F1: Yes. Yes. = 2
39. F1: Ah But I like↑ junk food. = 6
40. F1: I I like co- coke and hamburger. Yeah, I want to hamburger in America. Yes. It’s big. = 21
41. F1: heh heh = 0
42. F1: Yes yes. I want to eat. = 6
43. F1: Yes. Yes. = 2
44. F1: heh It’s hard? =2
45. F1: I worked cram school in ( ); it’s very hard. Heh heh. Yeah↓ // I think (3.3) = 12
46. F1: high school and junior high school and ele//mentary school but heh many↑ subjects it’s // very difficult. It’s hard. = 27
47. F1: Yes, I like teaching. ↑ = 5
48. F1: Ah Schedule. = 3
49. F1: (Can) (tell) (us) about-. = 6
50. F1: Yes yes. Heh = 2
51. F1: Yes. = 1
52. F1: In during summer vacation I work // hard in cram school. It’s the student is ( ) yes // summer vacation. Heh. Heh. I work hard (.) in Au//gust. I: work twenty days. Heh = 37
53. F1: Yes. = 1
54. F1: Yes. I think very hard. Very hard. = 9
55. F1: Yes. Yes. = 2
56. F1: Yes = 1
57. F1: I live in Hiroshima. = 7

Male 1 Mean length runs.

1. M2: Hello heh  = 2
2. M2: Uh: My hobby. First, my hobby is play//ing music, listening to music, I // like music heh.  = 23
3. M2: I play the piano, I play the piano // and guitar.  = 13
4. M2: A little drum, a little  = 7
5. M2: I can’t play well.  = 4
6. M2: Oh.  = 1
7. M2: yes, I belong to (mandarian) club in this // university.  = 15
8. M2: Really?  = 2
9. M2: It sounds very uh↑ beautiful.  = 7
10. M2: Very cool. I think.  = 4
11. M2: Uh, I I am in the (Toien). That’s the // boy’s dance club.  = 14
12. M2: It’s uh: not playing music.  = 7
13. M2: Very interesting.  = 6
14. M2: Yeah, yeah. ↑  = 2
15. M2: Eating is very good thing.  = 7
16. M2: I like it too.  = 4
17. M2: What what food do you like?    = 6
18. M2:  I want to eat his cooking. Heh.  = 7
19. M2: Do you go often often go to (Japanese).  = 9
20. M2: yeah yeah  = 2
21. M2: Classes I have, I have many classes // in university because I I’m // uh: (2.9.) = 21
22. teacher, // teacher  = 22
23. M2: Teacher’s classes.  = 4
24. M2: Major?  = 2
25. M2: Ah. Literature. Literature, and I’m ma//joring English to become  = 16
26. M2: teacher  = 2
27. M2: I don’t know about the law. heh  = 7
28. M2: In the (law) class, what do you learn about // law?  = 11
29. M2: Too much writing.  = 4
30. M2: In the class or test  = 5
31. M2: Both  = 1
32. M2: Really. It’s very difficult.  = 8
33. M2: Yeah yeah yeah. It’s very cool.  = 7
34. M2: Literature. I major in literature, // in the comparative culture, so man- ma//ny, many heh kinds of classes are there, I // can’t say a simple (word). Many, for ex//ample, English culture, American culture, // Japanese culture, and the (    ) is litera//ture or music, social problem. Many, // many heh  = 72
35. M2: Especially, I like English culture. England.  = 10
36. M2: Preferences? I have preferences of (.) food. // Ah, yes. I I I hate tomatoes. Heh I’m // sorry for tomatoes but heh I can’t eat // tomatoes.  = 33
37. M2: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. heh  = 3
M2: Ah: Seafood↑ I I so-so. Heh I don’t like // but I like. Heh  = 13
38. M2:Yeah, yeah but but I like (.) I like rice and // miso soup.  = 13
39. M2: It’s very: ↑ taste good.  = 5
40. M2: And I feel Japan. I can feel Japan.  = 10
41. M2: Ah yeah.  = 2
42. M2: Oh really? I I haven’t been there. America // or so I don’t know.  = 15
43. M2: But I I heard that is very big  = 8
44. M2: Do you like McDonalds.  = 6
45. M2: I worked in McDonalds.  = 6
46. M2: No. It’s very (temporary) work. I like // the hamburgers and some (     ) or sprite. Yeah.  = 19
47. M2: You: ↑ uh teach many uh subjects not onl//y one or two subjects. Heh yeah↓ yeah. ↓(3.6)  = 18
48. M2: It’s too difficult and hard work heh (4.6)  = 8
49. M2: But teaching to other people is fun. You//enjoy?  = 12
50. M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. It’s good↑.  = 5
51. M2: Ah, yeah, yeah, yeah  = 4
52. M2: I my schedule hmm part-time schedule is // not hard yeah but but circle’s club’s ac//tivities   = 13
53. M2: schedule (.) a little  = 5
54. M2: hard. Heh  = 1
55. M2: Oh: Really? ↑  = 3
56. M2: So hard.  = 2
57. M2: Yeah, yeah. You should eat good thing.  = 7
58. M2: In in this August, the summer vacation // I work hard too but but not your hard (   ) hard // too.  = 21
59. M2: I work in two weeks every every eve//ry day but after two weeks I back to // my hometown. Okayama.  = 27
60. M2:  Neighborhood.  = 3

Transcript

M2: Hello heh

F1: Hello heh

M2: Uh: My hobby. First, my hobby is playing music, listening to music, I like music heh.

F1: What is 9.3your) instrument?

M2: I play the piano, I play the piano and guitar.

F1: Oh.  Oh oh↓

M2: A little drum, a little

F1: oh oh

M2: I can’t play well.

F1: I play (mandarian)

M2: Oh.
yes, I belong to (mandarian) club in this university.

M2: Really?

F1: Yeah.

M2: It sounds very uh↑ beautiful.

F1: Yes, Yes.

M2: Very cool. I think.

F1: heh I like playing music. Yeah, cool. What’s your circle, club?

M2: Uh, I I am in the (Toien). That’s the boy’s dance club.

F1: Yes.

M2: It’s uh: not playing music.

F1: Yes, yes.

M2: Very interesting.

F1: heh My hobby is eating.

M2: Yeah, yeah. ↑

F1: Heh heh I like eating very much. Heh.

M2: Eating is very good thing.

F1:  Yes.

M2: I like it too.

F1: Yes.

M2: What what food do you like?

F1:  I like Chinese food very much. Yes. My My father, my father is good at cooking in Chinese food. It’s very delicious. Yes.

M2:  I want to eat his cooking. Heh.

F1:Yeah.

M2: Do you go often often go to (Japanese).

F1: Yes, Yes.

M2: yeah yeah

F1: I like to eat (so) ↓

M2: Class I have, I have many classes in university because I I’m uh: (2.9) teacher, teacher

F1: Yes Ah, yes

M2: Teacher’s classes.

F1: What’s your major in?

M2: Major?

F1: Yes.

M2: Ah. Literature. Literature, and I’m majoring English to become

F1: Ah:

M2: teacher

F1: I major in law. It’s very difficult.

M2: I don’t know about the law. heh

F1: Yes. Heh I’m interested in the law, but I (say) I think it’s very difficult. I don’t plan enough to

M2: In the (law) class, what do you learn about law?

F1: Law dictionary, I think what is me. Very difficult and writing and thinking about law. Yeah. heh

M2: Too much writing.

F1: Yes yes.

M2: In the class or test

F1: Yes,

M2: Both

F1: Yes. Yes Eight minutes, one thousand to eight hundred heh law, I like very much.

M2: Really. It’s very difficult.

F1: My hand is very tired.

M2: Yeah yeah yeah. It’s very cool.

F1: What what how do you learn in (literature)?

M2: Literature. I major in literature, in the comparative culture, so man- many, many heh kinds of classes are there, I can’t say a simple (word). Many, for example, English culture, American culture, Japanese culture, and the (    ) is literature or music, social problem. Many, many heh

F1:  heh heh yes.

M2: Especially, I like English culture. England.

(4.5)
F1: Ah: Preferences.

M2: Preferences? I have preferences of (.) food. Ah, yes. I I I hate tomatoes. Heh I’m sorry for tomatoes but heh I can’t eat tomatoes.

F1: I like tomatoes very much heh

M2: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. heh

F1: But↑ I: I don’t like seafood yeah↓
and I don’t like it. What?

M2: Ah: Seafood↑ I I so-so. Heh I don’t like but I like. Heh

F1: Yeah.

M2:Yeah, yeah but but I like (.) I like rice and miso soup.

F1: Ah:

M2: It’s very: ↑ taste good.

F1:  Yes. Yes.

M2: And I feel Japan. I can feel Japan.

F1: Ah But I like↑ junk food.

M2: Ah yeah.

F1: I I like co- coke and hamburger. Yeah, I want to hamburger in America. Yes. It’s big.

M2: Oh really? I I haven’t been there. America or so I don’t know.

F1: heh heh

M2: But I I heard that is very big

F1: Yes yes. I want to eat.

M2: Do you like McDonalds.

F1: Yes. Yes.

M2: I worked in McDonalds.

F1: heh It’s hard?

M2: No. It’s very (temporary) work. I like the hamburgers and some (     ) or sprite. Yeah.

F1: I worked cram school in (   ); it’s very hard. Heh heh. Yeah↓ I think (3.3) high school and junior high school and elementary school but heh many↑  subjects it’s very difficult. It’s hard.

M2: You: ↑ uh teach many uh subjects not only one or two subjects. Heh yeah↓ yeah. ↓(3.6)  It’s too difficult and hard work heh (4.6) But teaching to other people is fun. You enjoy?

F1: Yes, I like teaching. ↑

M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. It’s good↑.

(4.8)
F1: Ah Schedule.

M2: Ah, yeah, yeah, yeah

F1:  (Can) (tell) (us) about-.

M2: I my schedule hmm part-time schedule is not hard yeah but but circle’s club’s activities

F1: Yes yes. Heh

M2: schedule (.) a little

F1: Yes.

M2: hard. Heh

F1: In during summer vacation I work hard in cram school. It’s the student is (    ) yes summer vacation. Heh. Heh. I work hard (.) in August. I: work twenty days. Heh

M2: Oh: Really? ↑

F1: Yes.

M2: So hard.

F1: Yes. I think very hard. Very hard.

M2: Yeah, yeah. You should eat good thing.

F1: Yes. Yes.

M2: In in this August, the summer vacation I work hard too but but not your hard (   ) hard too.

F1: Yes

M2: I work in two weeks every every every day but after two weeks I back to my hometown. Okayama.

F1: I live in Hiroshima.

M2:  Neighborhood.

Statistics F1

Speaking Rate

A: 104.8   B: 99.3

Number of Words:

293

Articulation Rate:

1.7

Speaking Time:

260.3 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

7.9 (455 syllables)

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Statistics M2

Speaking Rate

A: 109.3   B: 99.3

Number of Words:

413

Articulation Rate:

1.8

Speaking Time:

316.0 seconds

Mean Length Runs:

9.6 (576 syllables)

Statistics Shared

Silence Total: 23.7 secs.

Percentage: 3.9%

Total Speaking Time:

600 secs

Cross-Talk Pausing:

9.3 sec.

Comments

This discussion between Harumi and Ryutaro shows again a relatively low speaking rate for Harumi and a relatively high rate for Ryutaro. Acoustic dysfluency is average, 5.8% or 37.3 seconds, and the conversation has no cross-talk pausing. It is quite animated, but there are too many minimal responses on the part of both participants. Harumi has 5.1 syllables for her mean length runs while Ryutaro has 9.5. Again the male dominates in the number of words produced with 371 to Harumi’s 205, and there is a bit too much repetition on both of the participants. This goes to show that while an interchange can be quite animated, the actual fluency can be quite low. The dysfluency is hidden by the short utterances (minimal responses) on the part of both participants.

MLR Transcript

Female 1 Mean length runs.

1. F1: Hello heh = 2
2. F1: What is (your) instrument? = 6
3. F1: Oh. Oh oh↓ = 3
4. F1: oh oh = 2
5. F1: I play (mandarian) = 5
6. F1 yes, I belong to (mandarian) club in this university. = 16
7. F1: Yeah. = 1
8. F1: Yes, Yes. = 2
9. F1: heh I like playing music. Yeah, cool. What’s your circle, club? = 13
10. F1: Yes. = 1
11. F1: Yes, yes. = 2
12. F1: heh My hobby is eating. = 6
13. F1: Heh heh I like eating very much. Heh. = 7
14. F1: Yes. = 1
15. F1: Yes. = 1
16. F1: I like Chinese food very much. Yes. My My father, my father is good at cooking in Chinese food. It’s very delicious. Yes. = 32
17. F1:Yeah. = 1
18. F1: Yes, Yes. = 2
19. F1: I like to eat (so) ↓ = 5
20. F1: Yes Ah, yes = 3
21. F1: What’s your major in? = 5
22. F1: Yes. = 1
23. F1: Ah: = 1
24. F1: I major in law. It’s very difficult. = 11
25. F1: Yes. Heh I’m interested in the law, but I (say) I think it’s very difficult. I don’t plan enough to = 25
26. F1: Law dictionary, I think what is me. Very difficult and writing and thinking about law. Yeah. heh = 2
27. F1: Yes yes. = 2
28. F1: Yes, = 1
29. F1: Yes. Yes Eight minutes, one thousand to eight hundred heh law, I like very much. = 18
30. F1: My hand is very tired. = 7
31. F1: What what how do you learn in (literature)? = 10
32. F1: heh heh yes. = 1
33. F1: Ah: Preferences. = 4
34. F1: I like tomatoes very much heh
35. F1: But↑ I: I don’t like seafood yeah↓ and I // don’t like it. What? = 14
36. F1: Yeah. = 1
37. F1: Ah: = 1
38. F1: Yes. Yes. = 2
39. F1: Ah But I like↑ junk food. = 6
40. F1: I I like co- coke and hamburger. Yeah, I want to hamburger in America. Yes. It’s big. = 21
41. F1: heh heh = 0
42. F1: Yes yes. I want to eat. = 6
43. F1: Yes. Yes. = 2
44. F1: heh It’s hard? =2
45. F1: I worked cram school in ( ); it’s very hard. Heh heh. Yeah↓ // I think (3.3) = 12
46. F1: high school and junior high school and ele//mentary school but heh many↑ subjects it’s // very difficult. It’s hard. = 27
47. F1: Yes, I like teaching. ↑ = 5
48. F1: Ah Schedule. = 3
49. F1: (Can) (tell) (us) about-. = 6
50. F1: Yes yes. Heh = 2
51. F1: Yes. = 1
52. F1: In during summer vacation I work // hard in cram school. It’s the student is ( ) yes // summer vacation. Heh. Heh. I work hard (.) in Au//gust. I: work twenty days. Heh = 37
53. F1: Yes. = 1
54. F1: Yes. I think very hard. Very hard. = 9
55. F1: Yes. Yes. = 2
56. F1: Yes = 1
57. F1: I live in Hiroshima. = 7

Male 1 Mean length runs.

1. M2: Hello heh  = 2
2. M2: Uh: My hobby. First, my hobby is play//ing music, listening to music, I // like music heh.  = 23
3. M2: I play the piano, I play the piano // and guitar.  = 13
4. M2: A little drum, a little  = 7
5. M2: I can’t play well.  = 4
6. M2: Oh.  = 1
7. M2: yes, I belong to (mandarian) club in this // university.  = 15
8. M2: Really?  = 2
9. M2: It sounds very uh↑ beautiful.  = 7
10. M2: Very cool. I think.  = 4
11. M2: Uh, I I am in the (Toien). That’s the // boy’s dance club.  = 14
12. M2: It’s uh: not playing music.  = 7
13. M2: Very interesting.  = 6
14. M2: Yeah, yeah. ↑  = 2
15. M2: Eating is very good thing.  = 7
16. M2: I like it too.  = 4
17. M2: What what food do you like?    = 6
18. M2:  I want to eat his cooking. Heh.  = 7
19. M2: Do you go often often go to (Japanese).  = 9
20. M2: yeah yeah  = 2
21. M2: Classes I have, I have many classes // in university because I I’m // uh: (2.9.) = 21
22. teacher, // teacher  = 22
23. M2: Teacher’s classes.  = 4
24. M2: Major?  = 2
25. M2: Ah. Literature. Literature, and I’m ma//joring English to become  = 16
26. M2: teacher  = 2
27. M2: I don’t know about the law. heh  = 7
28. M2: In the (law) class, what do you learn about // law?  = 11
29. M2: Too much writing.  = 4
30. M2: In the class or test  = 5
31. M2: Both  = 1
32. M2: Really. It’s very difficult.  = 8
33. M2: Yeah yeah yeah. It’s very cool.  = 7
34. M2: Literature. I major in literature, // in the comparative culture, so man- ma//ny, many heh kinds of classes are there, I // can’t say a simple (word). Many, for ex//ample, English culture, American culture, // Japanese culture, and the (    ) is litera//ture or music, social problem. Many, // many heh  = 72
35. M2: Especially, I like English culture. England.  = 10
36. M2: Preferences? I have preferences of (.) food. // Ah, yes. I I I hate tomatoes. Heh I’m // sorry for tomatoes but heh I can’t eat // tomatoes.  = 33
37. M2: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. heh  = 3
M2: Ah: Seafood↑ I I so-so. Heh I don’t like // but I like. Heh  = 13
38. M2:Yeah, yeah but but I like (.) I like rice and // miso soup.  = 13
39. M2: It’s very: ↑ taste good.  = 5
40. M2: And I feel Japan. I can feel Japan.  = 10
41. M2: Ah yeah.  = 2
42. M2: Oh really? I I haven’t been there. America // or so I don’t know.  = 15
43. M2: But I I heard that is very big  = 8
44. M2: Do you like McDonalds.  = 6
45. M2: I worked in McDonalds.  = 6
46. M2: No. It’s very (temporary) work. I like // the hamburgers and some (     ) or sprite. Yeah.  = 19
47. M2: You: ↑ uh teach many uh subjects not onl//y one or two subjects. Heh yeah↓ yeah. ↓(3.6)  = 18
48. M2: It’s too difficult and hard work heh (4.6)  = 8
49. M2: But teaching to other people is fun. You//enjoy?  = 12
50. M2: Yeah, yeah, yeah. It’s good↑.  = 5
51. M2: Ah, yeah, yeah, yeah  = 4
52. M2: I my schedule hmm part-time schedule is // not hard yeah but but circle’s club’s ac//tivities   = 13
53. M2: schedule (.) a little  = 5
54. M2: hard. Heh  = 1
55. M2: Oh: Really? ↑  = 3
56. M2: So hard.  = 2
57. M2: Yeah, yeah. You should eat good thing.  = 7
58. M2: In in this August, the summer vacation // I work hard too but but not your hard (   ) hard // too.  = 21
59. M2: I work in two weeks every every eve//ry day but after two weeks I back to // my hometown. Okayama.  = 27
60. M2:  Neighborhood.  = 3

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