1. Scheduling an Apartment Viewing

1. Repeat

A: Hi, can I speak with the apartment manager, please?

B: Hello, this is the apartment manager speaking.

A: I'm calling about the apartment for rent on Main Street.

B: Would you be interested in seeing the apartment?

A: I would love to see it.

B: Are you free today at around 6 p.m.?

A: Yes, I will be able to make it then.

B: Well, I'll see you at 6 p.m. Do you know how to get there?

A: I used to live in that area.

B: I'll give you an application form when I see you.

A: That sounds good. Do I need to bring anything?

B: No. Just bring yourself.


2. Repeat

A: Hello, I was wondering if I could talk with the apartment manager.

B: I am the apartment manager. How can I help you?

A: I was wondering if the apartment on Main Street is still available.

B: Yes, it's still vacant. Are you interested in seeing it?

A: Yes, I would love to see the apartment.

B: I will be at the apartment today at 6:00. Can you make it?

A: Yes, I can be there at 6.

B: Great. I'll see you at 6. Do you know where it is?

A: Yes, I have a friend who lives in that neighborhood.

B: I'll be bringing an application form.

A: OK, should I bring anything with me?

B: No. I might need to see your ID card, but that's about it.


3. Repeat

A: Could I speak to the apartment manager?

B: I am the apartment manager. How can I help you?

A: I wanted to know if that apartment on Main Street is still for rent.

B: I haven't rented it out yet. Would you like to see it?

A: Yes, I want to see it.

B: How about today at 6 p.m.?

A: That time is okay with me.

B: Very good. We'll meet at 6. Do you need directions?

A: No, thank you. I go by there on my way to work.

B: If you're interested, you can fill out an application form.

A: That's a good idea. Do I need to bring anything myself?

B: No. The only thing I need to see is your driver's license.


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