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Number 6. And here is your room, Mr Andrew. Number 12. 1 like this room. It is smaller but quieter. I like that one. It is larger and it's closer 10 and more convenient/or gelting to the restaurant. Yes, OK. This is the key/or your room, Miss Anna. Number 12. And this is lhe key/or your room, Mr Bond. Number 6. We wilJ bring the luggage to your room. Thank you. yl'Dh both air conditioning to like (classifier for things like 'room·, 'table', 'chair') ... Ibkh nAy kla nO nho ym tinh nhlln. this th~ it .

T 14m. ONo BII-"": 54ch day re Itm. KhOng dAt nhll iJ LuAn DOn. JOHN: Ong mu6n mua 811 ONo BINH: TOi mu6"n mua mly cuo'n sieh, vA mOt (a Wo. JOHN: On, mu6'n mua bio nAo? ONo Bum: lUo 'NhAn din', a MR 8INH: Excuse 1m, John. art: you free tomorrow afternoon? JOHN: Yes, [think so. Why do you ask? (liL What do you. ) Mit BINH: 'am going 10 Ih~ boobhop 10 buy some books. Would you like to come with me? JOHN: That is v~ry kind of you. Thank you v~ry tnJlCh. What lim~ shall w~ mut? MR BINH: 'will mut you at the univ~rsity at 2 o'clock.

Bubng nay xa nhlln. BuOng nay to hctn "yen tinh han buOng 56 5. nb. n t etutmg c6 khln mIt. xl phbng. 4nh ring. gity ve sinh va ph{ch Mtt'c. n gillc)ng. Trong buOng t1m c6 mOt W Mo. 1 lI GII'I in room number 5. It is near the barber's shop and it's also con· H"ienl/or gelting to the restaurant. The room has ajr conditioning and j • mowu. There I's a table and Ilvu chilirs. The key a/tire room is on tire < IIble. There is some luggage near the door. Now it is djmur time and I am in Room 13. This room isfar from lhe .

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