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The american students, on the other hand, are just the opposite.They come to the cafeteria onlyto eat.They don't stay and talk for very long.Of course, they have pleasure chats here and there,but it appears to me that they keep the chat time to a minimum as if to say that longer talk was a waste of time. When they have something else to do, they leave,even when their friends are still at the table.When they get up from the table to leave, it seems they always look at their watches first.They often say something such as 'Whoa,look at the time!I have to go.'Then they run off.They would rather obey their watches than stay with their friends.


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一方アメリカの学生は其の対局の存在だ。彼らはカフエには食事の目的だけのために来る。彼らはカフエには長く留まろうとしない。勿論彼らも、其処 此所でおしゃべをする楽しみは知っている、しかし私には彼らはおしゃべりに掛ける時間は最小限にしているように見える。長い会話は時間のむだだと言っているかのようだ。何か別の用事があれば、友人が未だ席に居ても自分は席を立つ。席を立つときには先に時計を見る、大抵(おっと時間だ行かなきゃ)とか言って走り去る。友人と一緒に居ることよりは時計に従順である事を選んで居るかのようだ。 (欧州とかの学生との比較なのでしょうね)


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一方アメリカ人学生はちょうどその反対です。彼らは単に食べるためにカフェテリアへ来ます。彼らはあまり長くとどまりませんし、話もしません。もちろん、彼らはあちらこちらで雑談を楽しみますが、あたかも長話が時間の浪費だと言うかのように、彼らは雑談の時間を最小にしているように私には見えます。することがほかにあるような場合、友達がまだテーブルにいる場合でさえ彼らは出て行きます。彼らが出ようとテーブルから立ち上がるとき、彼らは常にまずは時計を見るように思われます。彼らはしばしば次のようなことを言います。「わお、時計を見なさいよ! 私は行かなければならないよ。」それから、彼らは走り去ります。彼らは友達と一緒にいるよりも、むしろ時計に従いたいようです。



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