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 Q: You may have had a time when you faced an uncomfortable situation while using the subway or bus. Can you tell me about that experience? When did it occur? How did you handle the situation? ​ Q: You may have had a time when you faced an uncomfortable situation while using the subway or bus. Can you tell me about that experience? When did it occur? How did you handle the situation? ​
  
-▶ A: I remember a time when I had a very uncomfortable experience on a bus. It occurred last month on a Monday evening while I was on my way home. The bus was packed with people, so most of us had to stand. There was a man standing next to me who was red in the face and seemed very drunk. Within minutes, he was yelling at the bus driver about his driving and getting upset with other passengers for no reason. Since he was acting irrationally,​ I tried to take my mind off of what was happening by listening to music. But he was just too loud to ignore. To put an end to the situation, for me at least, I got off at the next stop and got on another bus. I think I made a good decision. The next bus was less crowded, and I was able to get a seat. I learned from that encounter that it’s sometimes better to walk away than to be caught up in an incident like that.+---- 
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 +▶ A: I remember a time when I had a very uncomfortable experience on a bus.  
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 +It occurred last month on a Monday evening while I was on my way home. The bus was packed with people, so most of us had to stand. There was a man standing next to me who was red in the face and seemed very drunk. Within minutes, he was yelling at the bus driver about his driving and getting upset with other passengers for no reason. ​ 
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 +Since he was acting irrationally,​ I tried to take my mind off of what was happening by listening to music. But he was just too loud to ignore. To put an end to the situation, for me at least, I got off at the next stop and got on another bus.  
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 +I think I made a good decision. The next bus was less crowded, and I was able to get a seat.  
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 +**I learned from that encounter that it’s sometimes better to walk away than to be caught up in an incident like that.** 
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 +Q: 당신이 지하철이나 버스를 이용하면서 불편한 상황에 직면한 때가 있었을 것입니다. 그 경험에 대해 이야기해 줄 수 있나요? 언제 그 일이 일어났나요?​ 어떻게 그 상황을 해결했나요?​ 
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 +A: 저는 버스에서 아주 불편한 경험을 했던 때가 기억 납니다. 그 일은 지난달 어느 월요일 저녁에 제가 집으로 가는 길에 일어났습니다. 버스가 사람들로 가득 찼기 때문에 대부분의 사람들이 서 있어야 했습니다. 제 옆에 얼굴이 빨갛고 만취해 보이는 남자가 서 있었습니다. 곧 그는 버스 운전사의 운전에 대해 그에게 소리를 지르고, 다른 승객들에게 아무 이유 없이 화를 내고 있었습니다. 그 남자가 비이성적으로 행동하고 있었기에,​ 저는 일어나고 있는 일에 신경쓰지 않으려고 음악을 들으려 했습니다. 하지만 그 남자는 그냥 무시하기에는 너무 시끄러웠습니다. 저는 적어도 저에게만큼은 그 상황을 끝내기 위해 다음 정거장에서 내려서 다른 버스를 탔습니다. 저는 제가 좋은 결정을 내렸다고 생각합니다. 다음 버스는 덜 붐볐고 저는 자리에 앉을 수 있었습니다. 저는 그 만남으로부터 때로는 그와 같은 사건에 휘말리기보다는 벗어나는 것이 더 낫다는 것을 배웠습니다
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