Finding a Room 找住房
In smaller cities and towns, it’s usually quite easy to find a room to rent. This is especially true in towns where universities or college are located.
1.A: Do you take in students?
B: Yes. If you don’t mind sharing room, there’s one available.
A: How much is it?
B: $30.00 a week.
A: Do you think I could have a look at it, please?
B: I’m on my way out now. Couldyou come back in an hour?
2.A: I’ve been told you might have a vacant room.
B: Yes. I have a spare room.
A: How much are you asking?
B: $10.00 a night.
A: Could I see the room, please?
B: Sure. Come on in.
3.A: A friend told em I might find a room here.
B: Yes. I’ll have a room free next week.
A: What do you charge?
B: $25.00 a week, but you can’t have visitors.
A: Fine. Would It be OK to look at the room?
B: Could you come back later? We’re right in the middle of dinner.
4.A: I wonder if you can help me. I’m looking for a room.
B: Yes. I’ve got a small room.
A: How much do you charge?
B: $35.00 a week, but don’t allow smoking.
A: OK. Can I see the room now?
B: Would you mind waiting? I’m on the telephone.