Where do you live?

Julia and Robert are deciding where to live: in the suburbs or in the city centre.

NICOLE59

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NICOLE59: I find my old flat in the centre quite charming. I think you will too. It is well located.
Robert: My house is warm and quite a bit bigger than your flat. You will enjoy the fresh air and the quiet.
NICOLE59: I love the city, I would not want to move to a house in the countryside.
Robert: I understand but I don't really like to live in an attic.
NICOLE59: You would find it more enjoyable than a duplex in the middle of nowhere.
Robert: If you like your apartment so much, then we probably won't live together.

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The recording is a little difficult to listen to, but it's good!   Here are 3 words to perfect your pronunciation: charming, located, (first USA, second UK) and move.

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thank you 

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Good job except for the pronunciation of“enjoyable”.

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Bonjour,  je n'ai pas compris la correction : les 3 mots  ( charming, located, move) je les prononce mal ? c'est cela, 

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located pronounced "low_kay_tate_ed" , a pronounced aa_ye,  charming  is chahr-ming.  Again good.

I work with many different accents so I can maybe understand a lot of variation in the words.  I didn't hear a problem with enjoyable, or move.  Good work!

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thank you