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A) Jeff hired a designer to decorate his room in Japanese style.
B) Jeff and Mark made friends not long ago.
C) Mark doesn’t give any money to run the home.
D) Mark is quite an obstinate and untidy person.
E) Jeff hopes to change Mark’s lifestyle.
F) Being a night owl Mark works the night shifts on TV.
G) Jeff wants his friend to start playing football.
A) Jeff hired a designer to decorate his room in Japanese style. NOT STATED
B) Jeff and Mark made friends not long ago. FALSE
C) Mark doesn’t give any money to run the home. TRUE
D) Mark is quite an obstinate and untidy person. TRUE
E) Jeff hopes to change Mark’s lifestyle. TRUE
F) Being a night owl Mark works the night shifts on TV. FALSE
G) Jeff wants his friend to start playing football. NOT STATED
Todd: Hey, Jeff, this is a very nice room.
Jeff: Hmm. It’s comfortable and cozy. It’s in Japanese style.
Todd: I like it. It’s got the tatami mat, and some beautiful vases. Oh, you have a pretty small kitchen. Do you live alone?
Jeff: Right now I have a friend of mine staying with me. His name is Mark. He’s my childhood friend.
Todd: Oh, really, sort of a room-mate.
Jeff: Sort of a room-mate, yes. Short term, he’s staying with me short-term, so yes, a room-mate.
Todd: OK, how’s that going?
Jeff: Ah, I don’t like it.
Jeff: He’s lazy. He’s messy. He doesn’t exercise and eats junk food. And well, you know, Mark contributes nothing to the household budget. He’s so careless.
Todd: Oh, so he lives here and he doesn’t cover his living expenses.
Jeff: Well, yeah. But what annoys me most is that he’s lazy, and he doesn’t do much all day.
Todd: That’s got to be pretty irritating.
Jeff: He’s a great fellow. He’s a good friend of mine, but, yeah, he’s a disgusting slob, I try to encourage him to do a few things but he’s a tough one. He doesn’t want to do anything.
Todd: Are you going to tell him he has to move out?
Jeff: Ah, no, he’s a smart man. He knows the deal. He knows what’s going on, and I think he’s, yeah, I would never ask him to move out because I don’t mind having him here but I’m just going to try to whip him into shape.
Todd: Oh, so you’re just going to try to change him so he becomes a better roommate?
Jeff: I’m going to try to, yeah, try to get him a better schedule, a better schedule (yeah) like exercise and eating right and smoking less and watching TV less.
Todd: Well, what is his schedule?
Jeff: Ah, his schedule is, he’s like a night owl, when he goes to bed I go to work. He stays up most of the night watching TV, and then he sleeps most of the day recovering, and then when he gets up he has a headache. He’s a bit sluggish and slow. It’s not a healthy option. Actually, I would like him to take up some kind of sport or sports games.
Todd: Yeah, but it doesn’t sound like it’s going to happen. Good luck.
Jeff: Thanks. I’ll probably need it.