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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking In House –

  • Shall I pay the rent now?
  • Yes, please.
  • I like to have the rent paid in advance.
  • Thank you.
  • May I know what your name is?
  • My name is George Brett.
  • I work in the Olivet shoefactory.
  • Good morning, George.
  • I want to rent a house, and I don’t know where to look for it.
  • Do you know of anyone who wants to let a house?
  •  Do you want to rent a whole house, or a floor?
  • Well, I don’t know yet.
  • I would like to rent a whole house if I can, but, of course, I may have to rent a flat.
  • I don’t know of anyone who wants to rent a house now but we can look in today’s paper and see if we can find one.
  •  Sometimes you find a good house through the paper.
  • Here is the advertisement page to let
  • Here is a tenement of five root son Chapel Street.
  • Another one of four rooms on Spring Street.
  • There is another tenement of seven rooms on Spruce Street.
  • Do you like any one of these?
  • The tenement on Spring Street ought to be a good one, I don’t like that.
  • It is too small.
  • We are a family of six, and need a large house.
  • The tenement on Spruce Street may be a good one.
  • I like the location, too.
  • I will go and see it.
  • Good­ bye, George.
  • Thank you for your help.
  • Is this the landlady?
  • Yes, this is Mrs. Brown, the landlady.
  • I saw in the paper that you wish to rent a tenement in this house.
  •  Yes, I have a tenement here.
  • Come right in, and let us go up and see it.
  • There are seven rooms in all, a diningroom, a parlor, three bed­ rooms, a bathroom and a kitchen.
  • You have all the conveniences here.
  • Electric lights, steam heat, hot water, hardwood floors, bath, window­ shades, a large shed in the yard, and you can use part of the cellar if you wish.
  • Every room is clean, free of bedbugs, and well lighted.
  • How much do you charge for rent?
  • The rent is eighteen dollars a month; Very well, Mrs. Brown.
  • This tenement suits me.
  • When can I move in?
  • You can move any time tomorrow.
  • The rooms will be ready this afternoon.
  • What is the arrangement about the rent?
  •  The rent must be paid in advance on the first day of every month.
  • You can pay now or you may pay when you move in tomorrow.
  • I have not enough money with me to pay you today, but I will pay you tomorrow.