beginner a: what kindplace shall we rent? b:it should be closethe universtity. neitherus are good at getting upthe moriningscloseris,later we can get up. a:asolutely. that'smost important thingtake into consideration. i'm not too worried aboutsizethe flat. b: neither am i. sosmall placeok, but we'll getbigger one if it's not expensive. do you mind if it'sa noisy area. a:i don't mind. i'm notlight sleeper, but quieterbetterwhen we havestudy at home. b: good point. ok, let's gothe estate agentsee what they can offer us. a: yes, if we're lucky we'll find somethingthe next few days. i think you hadgood ideastart flat hunting early. b: how much do you thinkrent will be? a: i askedfew people who are already livingplaces nearuniversitythey saidwould cost about one hundred poundsmonth.
intermediate a: we'd likerentflat nearuniversity. b: are you lookingsomewheretwo people? a: yes, we are. obviously, we'd like something as cheap as possible. we've heard that there are places8000 poundsmonth. b: yes ,there are several place availabethat price range nearuviversity. do you have any other requirements? a: net really, no. we'd preferably likelivea quiet street. b: how many rooms do you needthe flat? a: we'll need two bedrooms.kitchendining room can be seperate or combined. b: ok. i've gotlistplace that fit your requirements. let's just go through them.firstthe list costs 80 poundsmonth, but it'sa noisy streetit'slittle far fromuniverstiy. a: how far awayit fromcampus? b: it's about two miles away. that might belittle farwalk. here's one that's about halfmile fromcampus.cost00 poundsmonthit'sa small street, just offmain street. a: that sounds ideal. can we gohavelook at it? we'd likeseebefore makingfinal decision. b:course. i'm not very busy atmonment. if you can waitabout 5 or 20 minutes. i can take you there. a: thank you. that would be great.