Improve your understanding of English pronunciation with a conversation about looking for an apartment.
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Directions: Listen to the conversation and fill in the expression that you hear.
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Directions: Listen to the conversation and choose the expression that you hear.
ARON: Hey Mike.
MIKE: Hey Aron. Why are you looking at Craigslist?
ARON: I want to find an apartment. I don't want to live with my parents anymore.
MIKE: That makes sense. Do you know what you're looking for?
ARON: I think so. The important thing is that it has to be cheap.
MIKE: Then why don't you try to find a roommate? That will make it cheaper for both of you.
ARON: What you're saying is true, but right now I don't want to have a roommate. I need my own space for a while.
MIKE: OK. How about a pool? At your sister's place, there's a pool, right? You're going to want to find a place that has one too, aren't you.
ARON: I don't know. I have to find a cheap apartment. All the apartments with pools seem out of my price range.
MIKE: OK. Don't you worry. I'm sure you will find just what you're looking for sooner or later. You just have to be patient.
ARON: Thanks Mike. I will.