I hear you have moved to a new apartment Steve. Is it true?

— Yes, it is. One of these days we'll arrange a housewarm-party. And I want you and your wife Carol to be present.

— Thank you for the Invitation. How do you like your new apartment?

— It is very comfortable. It is a three bedroom apartment with modem conveniences: electric stove and a lot of built-in cupboards.

— On what floor is it?

— Our apartment is on the tenth floor of a high-rise dwelling house. We've got two elevators which work round o'clock.

— Is it far from the centre of the city?

— Rather. It takes me about an hour to get to the centre by bus and by metro. If I drive a car, it takes me thirty minutes.

— I see. Have you bought new furniture?

— We've bought wall units, two armchairs and a new icebox. We are planning to buy two carpets and a dining set.

— Good luck!

— Thanks. Are you going to move to a new apartment?

— No, I am not. We have been living in our two-room apartment for about eight years and we don't want to move anywhere.

— Your apartment is comfortable, isn't it?

— Yes, very. My wife arranged everything very nicely and I like it very much. We don't have much furniture, but we have got everything we need.

— I am glad to hear it.