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LYNDA:That doesn't leave us much time. Right, OK.I need to know what kind of accommodation you'dlike,so I can get you something suitable.
SARA:Can I share a room with someone else? I,vebeen alone in my room at my aunt's and I've alwaysshared with my sister and I like that.
LYNDA:Yes,fine. That'll save you money too. Wouldyou like to live with a family or do you think that asingle person would be better for you? I have lots ofvery nice single people on my books.
SARA:Do you have any women living alone, retiredwomen?
LYNDA:Yes, I have quite a few whose children have grown up and left home. In fact, I havesome really lovely retired ladies, living by themselves, who just love the company of students.Most of them live in flats, but that's not a problem for you, is it?
SARA:Not at all.J'm used to that. My aunt lives in a flat too, remember. I，m not used to a bighouse with a garden，swimming pool，pets and all that.