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Situational Dialogues - 16. Finding a Room
Situational Dialogues - 16. Finding a Room

Situational Dialogues were designed with variety of 44 everyday English usage situations. This is designed for Intermediate level and above. Each situation is represented by four successive dialogues.

44 topics 4 Dialogues of 2-3 pairs of questions and answers for each. Dialogs are made up so that one phrase of a dialogue can be easily inserted into the other.

This is the easy, entertaining English guide. Something like a tourist voiced phrase. The phrases are spoken in a real, fast pace and are accompanied by sound effects on the situation.

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Situational Dialogues - 16. Finding a Room



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Dialogues 1
1st PersonI believe you take in foreign students.
2nd PersonYes, if you don't mind sharing.
1st PersonHow much is it?
2nd Person£39 per week including heating.
1st PersonDo you think I could have a look at it, please?
2nd PersonWe're having it decorated at the moment. Will Friday do?

Dialogues 2
1st PersonI've been told you might have a vacant room
2nd PersonYes, I've got a spare single.
1st PersonWhat are your terms?
2nd Person£37 for bed and breakfast.
1st PersonCould I have a look at the room, please?
2nd PersonIt's a bit awkward just now. Could you come tomorrow?

Dialogues 3
1st PersonA friend told me I might find some accommodation here.
2nd PersonYes, I'll have a room free after the weekend.
1st PersonWhat's the price of the room?
2nd Person£36 a week, but I can't do lunches.
1st PersonDo you mind if I come in?
2nd PersonCome in by all means, but it's in a terrible mess.

Dialogues 4
1st PersonI wonder if you can help me, I'm looking for a room.
2nd PersonI have got a vacancy, yes.
1st PersonWhat sort of price are you asking?
2nd Person£40 a week excluding laundry.
1st PersonWould it be convenient to see the room?
2nd PersonCan you call back later? We're right in the middle of lunch.

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