Great, let's get started! To begin with, could you please introduce yourself and tell me a little bit about your background and interests?
Also, I want to point out that in your statement, you have a small typo. You wrote "I want you to keep your reply neat, limiting the reply to 100 words", but it would be more appropriate to say "I would like you to keep your reply concise, limiting it to 100 words".
It seems that there may be a mistake in your sentence, as "shisi" is not a commonly used word in English. Could you please clarify what you meant to say? Also, please note that in your sentence, you should have used "I" instead of "want" to form a complete sentence.
Great, that makes sense! Your sentence is grammatically correct, but it is missing a few details. To make it a complete sentence, you could say something like, "I want to go eat sushi at a nearby restaurant." Also, "sushi" is a Japanese word, so it should be capitalized.
Now, could you please tell me if you have a favorite type of sushi?
That sounds delicious! However, in your sentence, you should have said "My favorite type of sushi is extra fresh sushi." It's important to include "of sushi" to clarify that you are talking about a type of food, and you should also add "is" after "sushi" to complete the sentence.
As for your favorite type, do you have a specific kind of fish or filling that you like to have in your extra fresh sushi?