A: Do you like the apartment so far?
B: I see a problem.
A: What's the problem?
B: I noticed that the faucet in the kitchen is leaking.
A: That's no big deal.
B: It's going to be a problem when my water bill comes.
A: What do you want me to do about it?
B: I would like you to fix the problem.
A: I won't be able to do that right now.
B: Well, I won't be able to rent the apartment until the problem is fixed.
A: Fine, I'll have it fixed for you.
B: I'm happy that we've come to an agreement.
A: How do you like the apartment?
B: I like the apartment, but I see something wrong with it.
A: What's wrong?
B: There's a leaking faucet in the kitchen.
A: That isn't a problem.
B: That leak is going to raise my water bill.
A: What can I do?
B: You need to fix it.
A: I can't right now.
B: I won't rent it if the faucet isn't fixed.
A: I will fix it for you.
B: I'm glad you finally agree.
A: What do you think of the apartment?
B: I like it, but there is one problem.
A: What problem is that?
B: The faucet in the kitchen is leaking.
A: I don't understand what the big deal is.
B: That leak is a problem for my water bill.
A: What you would like me to do about it?
B: The leak must be fixed.
A: I won't be able to fix it at the moment.
B: I will not rent the apartment with that leaking faucet.
A: If that's the case, then I will fix the faucet.
B: Thanks for understanding.