3. Asking about Public Transportation

1. Repeat

A: Can you give me a little more information about your apartment?

B: Sure, what can I help you with?

A: What kind of public transportation is near your apartment?

B: I'm not sure, but I believe there is a bus stop about three blocks away.

A: Do you know what direction that bus travels?

B: I'm sorry. If you check online, you can get that kind of information.

A: Okay, I'll just go online.

B: Okay. Good luck with your search.


2. Repeat

A: Hello, I was hoping you could give me more info about your apartment.

B: I can try to help you. What would you like to know?

A: Is there access to public transportation near the apartment?

B: I'm pretty sure there's a bus stop within walking distance.

A: Do you know anything about the buses that stop there?

B: I don't know, but I'm pretty sure you can find out that stuff online.

A: I think the local library has bus info.

B: Good luck. The bus info shouldn't be too hard to find.


3. Repeat

A: Can you give me a little more information about your apartment?

B: All right, what do you need to know?

A: What is the public transportation like near your apartment?

B: I don't use buses, but I think there's a bus stop a few blocks away.

A: Which route does the bus travel?

B: I wish I could help you, but I know nothing about the bus system.

A: I'll just check my phone book. It has lots of good information.

B: I'm sorry I couldn't help you more.


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