|Remember||V||/ri’membə/||Nhớ, nhớ lại|
|School||N||/sku:l/||Trường học, bầy cá|
|Together||Adv||/tə’geðə/||Cùng , cùng nhau|
|DormDormitory||N||/ˈdɔː.m//ˈdɔː.mɪ.tər.i/||Kí túc xá|
|Move||V||/muːv/||Chuyển, dời đi|
|Country||N||/ˈkʌn.tri/||Đất nước, quê|
|Several||Adj||/’sevrəl/||Vài, một vài|
|Complain||V||/kəm’plein/||Kêu ca, phàn nàn|
|Neighbor/ neighbour||N||/’neibə/||Hàng xóm|
|Make||V||/meik/||Làm, chế tạo ra|
Woman: Hey! Is that Bill?
Man: Ah, yeah… Um…
Woman: Do you remember me from school?
Man: I’m sorry… I don’t remember you. Did we study together?
Woman: Yes. And we lived on the same dorm, too.
Man: Really? What floor did you live on?
Woman: I lived on the ninth floor. You live on the seventh floor.
Man: That’s right. How did you know?
Woman: I would see you in the elevator sometimes.
Man: I’m sorry. I don’t remember you.
Woman: It’s alright. It was several years ago.
Man: Well, anyway, it’s nice to meet you again. Ah…
Man: Monica Sayles, right?
Woman: Yes! See, so you do remember me!
Man: Ok. So, where do you live now?
Woman: I live in an apartment.
Man: Oh! Do you live with your parents?
Woman: No. My parents moved to the country.
Man: Ah…They must be very happy there.
Woman: Yes, they enjoy it very much!
Man: So, do you live alone?
Woman: No, I share the apartment with an old friend.
Man: Really? A friend…Is he a boyfriend?
Woman: No, she’s an old friend from school. We’ve known each other for many years. How about you, Bill? Where do you live?
Man: Oh, I rent an apartment. I’m by myself.
Woman: Do you like it there?
Man: Yeah, but it’s kind of noisy.
Woman: Oh… Maybe you should complain with your neighbors.
Man: Oh no no no… I’m the one who makes the noise!