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  • Will you please tell me where I can find the janitor?
  • Yes, he lives upstairs on the second floor.
  • His name is Mr. Cook.
  • Good afternoon.
  • Is this Mr. Cook?
  •  Yes, this is Mr. Cook.
  • I read in today’s paper that you have some furnished rooms to rent.
  • May I see them?
  • Yes, come right in.
  • This is one of the rooms.
  • We charge for these two and a half dollars a week.
  • It is a front room and well furnished.
  • Let me show you the other room.
  • This is one dollar and seventy five cents a week.
  • It isn’t a front room, but you get the sun all the after­ noon, and you have just as many conveniences as in the other room.
  • How is the room heated?
  • There is no steam heat on this floor, but you can heat the room with gas.
  • Have you any rooms to let on the first floor?
  •  Yes, I have one, but I am afraid the rent will be too high for you.
  • Will you please let me?
  • See the room on the first floor?
  • Come, we will go downstairs to see it.
  • This is the room.
  • The rent is three dollars and twentyfive cents a week, but you have the use of the parlor.
  • You can receive visitors in the parlor.
  • You have the use of the piano and of the telephone.
  • Here is a closet for your clothes.
  • How is the room lighted?
  • It is lighted with electricity, and is heated with steam heat.
  • Do you think you can afford to pay three dollars and twentyfive cents for your room?
  • The room is large enough for two.
  •  If you c n get one of your friends to room with you, the rent will not be so high.
  • How much do you charge when two persons have the room?
  • The rent for two is four dollars.
  • If I can find someone else to room with me, I will have this room, but if I can’t find anybody, I am afraid I shall have to look around for another room.
  • Would you like to have a room on the third floor?
  •  I have one room that you can have for one dollar and twentyfive cents.
  • It isn’t a very large room, but it is pleasant and comfortable.
  • Let me see the room, please.
  • Here it is.
  • It is not fixed yet, but I shall have it ready by this afternoon.
  • I have to bring in the furniture from downstairs.
  • There are no electric lights in this room.
  • You have to use a lamp.
  • You heat the room with gas.
  • Can you give me a double bed?
  •  I cannot sleep in a single bed.
  • I haven’t any other bed now, but if you wait a day or two, I can give you a double one.
  • I would like to have one more pillow, a bureau, two windowshades, and a blanket.
  • Very well, I will have them ready this afternoon.
  • Here is the key to the room.
  • This key here opens the front door downstairs.