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When you walk on the street in the city, you will be stopped.
They are staff working for companies such as UNICEF and AMNESTY International.
They usually explain who they are and ask us to donate.
This rarely happens in Japan.

When I came here, I thought it was a good part-time job to practice English.
However, since I was not good at speaking, I did not apply for it.
It must be hard since many people do not listen to them.

It is a cultural difference on the street.
If you are asked to donate, what would you do?

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.

1. (in a newspaper)
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3. (in a newspaper)
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