A. 1. At London airport.
2. She's German.
3. Because there was no privacy, the food was
horrible, and she had to be in by eleven o'clock.
4. Charming self-contained furnished garden flat.
5. He meant that they don't have to go to work.
6. You buy a newspaper and read the accomodation
7. Through an agency.
8. A month's rent in advance.
9. Road drills and bulldozers.
10. A motorway.
B. 1. She didn't know her way around London.
2. I couldn't understand the advertisements.
3. Whatever did it mean?
4. That was too expensive for me.
5. You took things too seriously.
6. I paid her a month's rent in advance.
7. I moved in on Sunday night.
8. Was it nicely decorated?
C. 1. You should have seen the flat I had before.
2. She should have stayed at a hostel.
3. She should have been in by eleven o'clock.
4. I should have had the day off yesterday.
5. We should have looked for a flat.
6. They should have found a flat.
7. I should have rung him up.
8. I should have answered the phone.
D. 1. Smoking is bad for you.
2. Reading all the accomodation advertisements takes
a long time.
3. Staying at a hostel can be very pleasant.
4. Getting a flat through an agency is the best way.
5. Building a motorway costs a lot of money.
6. Translating from English into German is difficult.
7. Getting the day off is easy.
8. Paying in advance is better.
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