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B--Client 1 Helen
C--Client 2 Elize
A: Hello, Elize and Helen. Nice to see you again.
C: Hello, Jenny. After our discussion, we would like to have a look of the Unit 212 on the second floor.
A: Let me check for you. The unit size is one hundred and twenty square feet. The net size is one hundred and twenty square feet. The net size is eighty square feet and it is still available.
B: Yes, we would like to take a look at the unit。
A: Are you interested in any other units besides Unit212?
B: No, thanks. Just this one.
(The three of them are in shop 212)
C: How high is the ceiling? And how wide is the door?
A: The ceiling is about eight feet high and the door is ten feet wide. You'll notice that the location is attractive. Next to this unit are shops selling woman's wear.
B: How about the rental fee and terms?
A: The rental fee is two hundred and fifty Hong Kong dollars per square foot. There is a two week rent-free period. The rental terms are three to five years. The procedure is simple. First, you will sign a preliminary rental agreement with the management office and pay the deposit. The remaining balance will be paid when you sign the formal rental agreement after a week.
B: How much is the management fee?
A: It is five dollars per square foot including air-conditioning, lighting, water, electricity, cleaning and security. The shop is open throughout the week from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The management report shows that there are around ten thousand people visiting this shopping arcade during weekdays and about twenty thousand customers on weekends. Teenagers are major customers in this arcade.
C: Are there any other conditions?
A: All tenants must pay three months rent deposit and one month's rent in advance.
B: Thank you for your information. Let us think about it. We will get back to you tomorrow.
A: Sure. But don't be too late because there are many clients who are also interested in the unit.
B: Please hold it for us; we will make a decision today.
A: I do my best for you.
Todd: Alex, when you were little, what did you like to do?
Alex: When I was small and I was in junior high school we used to like playing soccer with my friends. Actually in Kenya, what's different from other countries, we used to make our own soccer ball to play. So, it's very easy.
Todd: Wow. How do you make the soccer ball?
Alex: We used to collect like plastic papers and bind them with string, around them to make something round. So it was like, you didn't have to spend any money.
Todd: Wow, that's ingeneous. That's great. So were you a good soccer player?
Alex: Not really. I used to like playing soccer but I was not very good, actually to tell the truth
Todd: Yeah, me too. I wasn't a very good athlete. I mean I like sports but I was never any good. Um, so do you play soccer in Japan?
Alex: Sometimes, until last year when I was in school I still played soccer. Right now, actually I'm not playing anymore because I'm like busy.
Alex: Yeah. You can't play soccer without a big group of people and everyone is busy right now so I'm not playing anymore.
Todd: Yeah, that's a bummer. Like I always want to play sports but it's hard as you get older. When's the last time you played soccer?
Alex: About one year ago. I think November of 199?,...2003, November.
Todd: OK. Actually in Kenya do you call it soccer or football?
Alex: In Kenya you call it football.
Todd: Football. I'm sorry.
Alex: Actually, I've been in Japan for sometime so I'm used to calling it soccer. In Kenya you call it football.