*Excuse me, I think I’m lost. Can you help me?
Sure. Where are you going?
I’m looking for the library. How do you get there?
Oh, you’re very close. First, walk down to the corner and then turn right. The library is next to the park.
Where do you live?
I live in an apartment in New York City.
Oh really? Do you like your apartment?
Yes, I do. It’s very nice but it’s not very big. It only has one bedroom. I like the kitchen though.
Do you have a garage?
No. Most apartments in New York City don’t have a garage.
This is the bedroom. There are extra pillows and blankets in the closet if you need them.
And there’s the bathroom. There are towels in the cupboard, and there is soap under the sink. Sorry the bathroom is a little small.
No problem. This is wonderful! Thank you so much!
You’re welcome! I’m glad you’re visiting!
* Use “excuse me” to get someone’s attention before asking a question or starting a conversation.