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  • Welcome to twominenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons.

  • In this lesson we will learn how to talk about changing hotel rooms.

  • Good morning, Terry. I’d like to change to another room.

  • Is there a problem?

  • The room would be all right if it weren’t so noisy.

  • It’s the traffic on the street below. Closing the windows would reduce the noise.

  • There’d be no fresh air if I closed the windows. And the air conditioner doesn’t work. Is there a room facing the sea?

  • Let me check... Yes, I can put you in room 605. There’s a wonderful view and it’s very quiet.

  • Thank you, Terry.

  • Youre welcome!

  • Excuse me, Mr. Ford. The air conditioner in my room doesn’t work.

  • I’ll send someone to take care of it right away.

  • This may take too long. I’d like to change rooms, please.

  • All right. Let me see what we have available.

  • Well, I’d like to stay in a room facing the sea.

  • I got it. The rooms facing the sea are $25 more than those facing the road.

  • That’s fine. Please get me one facing the sea.

  • Terry, will you please take Ms. Kate’s luggage from room 601 to 605?

  • That’s Ms. Kate’s luggage, right?

  • Yes. She wants a room facing the sea.

  • She complained about the traffic noise on the street below.

  • And the air conditioner isn’t working in 601.

  • After you take Ms. Kate’s luggage, please call maintenance and see when they can be here.

  • Well, that’s why she’s complaining. Without the air conditioner,

  • she keeps her windows open and all the noise from the streets bothers her.

  • I’ll take her baggage and then call Joe from maintenance.

  • Good Morning Ms. Kate.

  • Good Morning Mr. Ford.

  • How’s the new room working out for you?

  • It’s much better. Now I can leave the windows open when I want. I appreciate the help.

  • My Pleasure, Ms. Kate.

  • By the way, Mr. Ford, I’ve been meaning to askmy friend Lillian is arriving next week. Would you have a room available next to mine?

  • I’m not sure. Let me check. Yes, here we are. The guest in room 603 will be checking out on Saturday. Will that be ok?

  • That will be perfect. She arrives on Monday. I’d like to book that room for her.

  • I’ll do that right away. I’ll just need her last name and a credit card number.

  • No problem. Her last name is Stevens, and I’ll use my card!

  • I’d like to change to another room.

  • The room would be all right if it weren’t so noisy.

  • There’s a wonderful view and it’s very quiet.

  • The air conditioner in my room doesn’t work.

  • This may take too long. I’d like to change rooms, please.

  • She wants a room facing the sea.

  • How’s the new room working out for you?

  • It’s much better. Now I can leave the windows open when I want. I appreciate the help.

  • I’d like to book that room for her.

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A2 BEG US room conditioner air conditioner facing kate sea

Changing a Hotel Room - Learn English Video Lesson

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    Kevin Lu   posted on 2014/01/29
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