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Renting a House. Role Play


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Renting a House. Role Play

  1. 1. AT THE ESTATE AGENT’S This activity is a conversation between you and one of the examiners. Make complete questions and answers, show that you are interested in what the examiner says and take active part in the conversation.If you are not sure about what you have to do, ask the examiners before you start the dialogue . You go to the state agent’s to rent a house for the summer. Look at the following prompts and make the conversation
  2. 2. • Examiner: Good afternoon. Can I help you? • You: Hello. Look for / house / summer
  3. 3. • You: I am looking for a house (to rent) for the summer • Examiner: : Well, we have some nice flats in the centre of town • You: Not interested / prefer / house / far / city centre.
  4. 4. • You: Well, I am not interested in a flat in the city centre . I prefer a house far from the city centre. • Examiner: How big? • You: 4 people.
  5. 5. • You: For four people. • Examiner: : How many bedrooms would you like the house to have? • You: Three. You have / house / garden?
  6. 6. • You: We would like three bedrooms.Do you have a house with a garden? • Examiner: With a garden … No but I have a nice two bedroom house with a patio. • You: Can / take / dog?
  7. 7. • You: Can I take my dog with me? • Examiner: Of course but it cannot get into the house • You: OK. How many / bathrooms?
  8. 8. • You: OK. How many bathrooms does the house have?/ How many bathrooms are there in the house? • Examiner: It has two bathrooms, a kitchen and a living-room • You: Price?
  9. 9. • You: How much does it cost? • Examiner: How long do you want it for? • You: Last week July / first week August.
  10. 10. • You: From the last week of July to the first week of August • Examiner: It’ll be 1000 euros • You: Think / expensive. Can / have / discount?
  11. 11. • You: : I think it is a bit expensive. Can I have a discount? • Examiner: You can’t, sorry • You: Cheaper / June?
  12. 12. • You: Is it cheaper in June? • Examiner: Of course it is. It’s only 800 euros for a fortnight in June • You: House free / 15th-30th June?
  13. 13. • You: Is the house free from the 15th to the 30th of June? • Examiner: Yes, it is. • You: Right. Rent / that date.
  14. 14. • You: All right. I’ll rent the house for those days/on that date. • Examiner: OK. Fill in this form and that’s it. • You: (Give back form) here / are. Goodbye.
  15. 15. • You: (Give back form) Here you are. Goodbye. • Examiner: Goodbye . Thank you.