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Housing Concerns.

Planning to buy or sell your house? Want to rent an apartment instead? There must be a lot of considerations popping up in your mind, making you anxious about every decision you make. You might feel like discussing your concerns with your friends and family. In this video you’ll learn some language you can use to talk about housing.

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Introduction

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In this lesson you will learn phrases that you can use to communicate your housing concerns to other people.

Interaction

Hello viewer! Great to see you here (Smile). Buying a house is one of the items on a lot of people’s wish list, isn’t it? We’d all love to live in our own house, or even have an extra house as an investment. But, is buying and maintaining a house that easy? Definitely not!

This lesson has conversations that discuss housing. Practice the dialog by pausing the lesson and repeating it whenever you feel like! It will help your English fluency. To increase your vocabulary, remember to check out the vocabulary section at the end.

Shall we get started?

Thank you for watching this lesson. We’ll be back with a new one tomorrow. Make sure you come back for it!

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House Rich, Cash Poor.

Raven: Why aren’t we buying that beautiful house we saw on the beach last week?

Luke: Honey, that’s really an expensive property.

Raven: But can’t we afford it?

Luke: We can just afford to buy it. But, after that we won’t be left with any savings or investments.

Raven: But we can save more, right? And anyway, property values always go up!

Luke: Not always, and what if I suddenly lose my job? In this economy, one never knows...

Raven: Hmmm. I get your point! I suppose we should wait until we have more cash to put into a house.

A Great Apartment.

Luke: Where are you going?

Honey: I’m going to put my apartment on a real estate listing.

Luke: Are you sure you want to sell your apartment?

Honey: I don’t see any reason to keep it. It’s a vacant property, and before spiderwebs make a home out of it, I should do something with it.

Luke: Listen, that’s a really beautiful apartment. You could rent it out if you’re concerned about the maintenance and it being empty.

Honey: Yeah. That’s also an option. I’ll talk to my agent about it.

Is The Rent Good?

Honey: Are you moving to a new place?

Trish: Yup. I’m moving in with my boyfriend.

Honey: That sounds good. Where does he live?

Trish: He lives on Brooks Street.

Honey: But, that’s a really plush place. How will you two manage the rent?

Trish: The place is next to both our offices. So, we’ll be saving a huge amount on commuting and we can use it to pay rent.

Honey: So everything is working out. I’m impressed!

Interaction Script

Hello viewer! Great to see you here (Smile). Buying a house is one of the items on a lot of people’s wish list, isn’t it? We’d all love to live in our own house, or even have an extra house as an investment. But, is buying and maintaining a house that easy? Definitely not!

This lesson has conversations that discuss housing. Practice the dialog by pausing the lesson and repeating it whenever you feel like! It will help your English fluency. To increase your vocabulary, remember to check out the vocabulary section at the end.

Shall we get started?

Thank you for watching this lesson. We’ll be back with a new one tomorrow. Make sure you come back for it!

Did you like this lesson? Please don’t forget to hit the like button! Remember to subscribe to our channel to receive updates about new lessons from us.

All right then, later! (hand wave)


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