Привет, друзья. Собираетесь в путешествие заграницу и хотите арендовать домик или квартиру? Вам не обойтись без актуального запаса слов на тему аренда жилья на английском. В этом уроке вы научитесь выбирать квартиру, выучите много новых слов и выражений.
- landlady — хозяйка дома, гостиницы, пансиона; владелица сдаваемых дома или квартиры; (редко) помещица
- landlord — помещик; домовладелец; владелец сдаваемого дома или квартиры; хозяин пансиона или гостиницы
- rent — арендная плата; рента; (амер.) наем, прокат; брать или давать напрокат; сдавать или снимать в аренду
- move in — въехать (в квартиру)
- tenant, lodger, roomer — жилец, постоялец
- lease — договор аренды
- flat — квартира (в Великобритании)
- apartment — квартира (в США)
- deposit — вклад; задаток; залежь, отложение (полезных ископаемых)
- Reasonable Rent — разумная арендная плата
- …per week — в неделю
- One month deposit — Задаток за 1 месяц
- Close to Underground — – Рядом с метро
- Fully furnished — – Полностью меблировано
- All modern conveniences — – Все современные удобства
- Central heating throughout — – Отопление во всех комнатах
- No central heating — – Нет центрального отопления
- Bedrooms with private showers — – В каждой спальне – отдельный душ
- With parking place — С местом для парковки
- Limited parking space — Место для парковки ограничено
Фразы — Phrases
Looking for an Apartment: Renter
- I’m interested in your listing.
- I’m looking for a two-room apartment.
- Is the apartment still available?
- How many bedrooms are in the apartment?
- How much is the deposit?
- Are water and electricity included in the rent?
- Does the rent include utilities?
- Is the apartment rented fully furnished?
- Could I come by sometime to look at the apartment?
- How much is the rent?
- How long is the lease?
- How is the neighborhood around the apartment?
- Is smoking allowed in the apartment?
- Am I allowed to bring my pets?
Looking for an Apartment: Landlord / Landlady
- The apartment has one bedroom and bath as well as a fully furnished kitchen.
- Unfortunately, the listing was taken down this weekend.
- The apartment is listed for students.
- Rental insurance is not included in the monthly rent.
- Rent includes everything but heating.
- The apartment also comes with a parking spot outside the building.
- If you would like, you can take the leftover furniture from the last tenant.
- The lease is for one year.
- The apartment building can get a little loud on weekends.
- Pets are allowed in the apartment.
- The apartment is only rented out to non-smokers.
Диалоги — Dialogues
- A: Good aernoon. I’m interested
in your apartment. Is it still
available for rent?
- B: Yes, the apartment is still
- A: Great. Could you tell me a little
bit about it?
- B: It’s a two bedroom, partially
furnished apartment with one
- A: How much is the rent and does
it include utilities?
- B: It’s $740 a month including gas
and water. Electricity is
separate. The security deposit
- A: Are pets allowed? I have two
- B: Cats and smaller pets are
allowed. But there is an extra
security deposit of $400 in case
- A: That is no problem. Does the
apartment have a balcony?
- B: Yes, it has one eastward facing
balcony and it’s on the second
- A:This all sounds great. Could I
come by and look at it today?
Maybe around 5 pm?
- B: Of course. May I have your
- A: It’s Ashlee Jones.
- Alright Ashlee, I will see you at
- A: How did you find your apartment?
- B: You can check on the bulletin boards at school for local housing.
- A: What if I need a roommate?
- B: There are websites that can hook you up with a roommate.
- A: How much do apartments cost around here?
- B: It depends on what you want. Do you want a one- or two-bedroom apartment?
- A: I just need a one-bedroom apartment.
- B: That will probably cost you around twelve hundred dollars a month.
- A: Would you come with me to look at apartments?
- B: I would be happy to look at apartments with you.
- A: When you need an apartment, where do you look for one?
- B: Our school has a link on its website for apartments.
- A: Can I share an apartment with someone?
- B: Some of the ads in the paper are from people looking for roommates.
- A: Are apartments expensive in this city?
- B: Do you need a single apartment, or is this for two people?
- A: I want a two-bedroom apartment.
- B: You can get that type of apartment for around fifteen hundred dollars a month.
- A: Would you have time to go look at apartments with me?
- B: I love apartment hunting. I’ll be happy to go with you.
- A: Can you tell me the best way to look for an apartment?
- B: The local newspaper has ads for housing.
- A: Is there any way to find a roommate to share an apartment with?
- B: Sometimes you can post an advertisement saying that you need a roommate.
- A: What do landlords charge for rent?
- B: Would you like an apartment for just yourself, or do you need it for two people?
- A: There are two of us, but we only need a one-bedroom apartment.
- B: You should be able to easily find that for twelve hundred dollars a month.
- A: I really would appreciate it if you could come look at apartments with me.
- B: Sure, I’ll go look at apartments with you anytime you want.
Phrases for finding an apartment (UK)
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