A young engineer is talking about how he had to rent a house. Read this story and put each of the following words or phrases in its correct position. Talk about your experience in renting a flat.
|deposit fee flat advertisements self-contained landlord rent block references accommodation agency|
a) The first thing I had to do in London was to find somewhere to live, if possible a small, one-bedroomed (a)________. I didn’t want to share a kitchen or toilet; I wanted to be independent in my own (b)________ place. I decided I could pay a (c)________ of ₤50 a week. I couldn’t find what
I wanted in the newspaper (d)________ so I went to an (e)________. They offered me a nice place.
It was in a modern (f)________ on the third floor. I had to pay the agency a (g)________, and
the (h)________ wanted a big (i)________ and (j)________ from my employer and bank manager.
16. Work in pairs. You are looking for a new flat to rent. Restore the dialogues. Use the word combinations and sentences from the box given bellow.
1) A: Good morning! May I help you?
A: And what kind of place are you looking for?
B: Well, we have two young children, so we’d like a place that’s ……
A: I see. Well, we have a very nice three-bedroom house that is located in a nice area.
2) A: Then go and see my room. There are all necessary pieces of furniture in it. The room overlooks the park.
B: Your room is really nice and comfortable. But what about bed linen and would you allow to use the refrigerator?
B: It isn’t bad indeed. When can we move in?
A: …..The room is ready.
3) A: I was told that you have an apartment to let.
B: Yes, I have ….
A: How many bedrooms are there?
A:How much is the rent? What are your terms?
B:89 dollars a week,……
A:What aboutother services?
A:Do you think I could have a look at the apartment, please?
B:Yes, sure, but….
A:Well, I’d like to see the kitchen then, only to make sure, that it is equipped to cook.
B:This way, please. As you see, it has …
A:And where is a bathroom?
B:Here it is………. You can put a washing machine here, there is enough room for it.
|Any time you like. …a spare apartment for rent … including laundry I hope so. I’m looking for a place to rent. …to be paid monthly …it is a mess now, I am afraid A bath-tub and a shower. That is included in the rent which is quite reasonable. …fairly big and pretty quiet Two bedrooms entirely furnished. … up-to-date equipment, a new sink and a gas stove|
17. a) When people are asked what kind of housing they need or want, the question evokes a variety of answers: “four bedrooms”; “lots of storage space”; “close to my work”; “low rent”; “a quiet neighbourhood”; “a big yard”; “a scenic view”; and so on.
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