Good neighbors are blessing. Smile and chat with them, and exchange news.
Sometimes, however, neighbors could bother you, and you want to do something about it. It's not easy to talk to them when you have complaints. You want to keep good relationship with your neighbors, but at the same time, you want them to be considerate for other people.
Today's dialogue is one of those common cases of neighbor trouble. This situation might occur if you are here in the U.S. as a college student, especially during the final exam period.
Listen carefully to the dialogue, and answer the following questions.
(1) What is the main complaint of the female speaker?
(2) Who is her neighbor and what is the neighbor doing?
(3) What time of the day does this dialogue takes place?
(4) Where can she find a better place for her during this time period?
(5) Pick the most important word in the dialogue that solved the problem.
Click the next word AUDIO, to listen to the dialogue. As usual, please try to write the script. In the repetition part, please be sure to speak aloud to train your tongue. This is Dr. Han's method of improving speaking skills in English as a second or foreign language.
I'll be back soon with a new dialogue.