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Free English Lesson – Renting A Car – How To Rent A Car in English

Free English Lesson – Renting A Car – How To Rent A Car in English


Hello! Good to see you here. From time to time, we may need to rent a car. It might be because our own car is being repaired,
or maybe we’ve flown somewhere and need a car there. So what do you need to know in order to rent a car? You need to communicate your needs and wants effectively. So let’s listen to some conversations about
renting a car and build up our vocabulary. Don’t forget to practice the lines by pausing the
lesson and repeating the dialog anywhere you want! It will help you build up your English fluency. So let’s get started! Hi, I would like to rent a car. What type of car would you like? What options do I have? Well, we have all kind of cars available, from small
size to SUV’s. You just need to take your pick. Alright. I’ll go with something in the middle range.
How much would a mid size car cost? It would cost you around $40 per day. Alright. I’ll go with that then. How long do you need the car? I think a week or so. I’ll be staying in the city
for a week and I’ll be needing it for commuting. What’s your full name? It’s George Atkins. Where do you live? North Carolina. Do you have a valid driver’s license? Yes. Do you need anything else from me? Yes. Please sign the form. you can get the key from reception. How much would an SUV cost? You can rent the SUV for $100 per day. Wow! That’s really expensive! What about the fuel? The tank is full. But you need to refill it before
returning the car; otherwise we charge $5 per gallon. Renting an SUV is really an expensive deal.
Ummm, how would you like me to pay? We take credit cards only. Okay, here’s my credit card. You can pick up your car from the garage downstairs. Please remember to return the car by 5 pm tomorrow.
We charge an additional $10 per hour after that. I would like to make a reservation
for the car at Los Angeles Airport. When is your flight getting in? I’ll be landing in LA on April 20th in the evening. Alright. Under what name should I make the booking? Perry Johnson, please. Alright. Just to let you know, if you need to cancel the booking, please do it 24 hours in advance or you’ll be charged a day’s rental. I’ll keep that in mind. Thank you! Taking your pick is choosing what
you want from a variety of options. You can take your pick of cars, flights,
magazines, beverages, almost anything. Traveling from one place to another repeatedly is commuting. If you’re staying in a hotel and going back and forth to an office you’re commuting from the hotel to the office and back. A garage is what is specifically build
for parking cars and other vehicles. Your house may have a garage for your personal car, and the
airport would have a much larger one for all the rental cars. When you make a reservation something’s set aside for you.
It means no one else will be able to use it A rental car may be reserved so that if you want
the red BMW, no one else can take it first. Hiring a car means renting a car. When you rent a car, you pay to use it for a temporary
period and you will have to return it after that. Thank you for watching this lesson.
We’ll be back with a new one tomorrow. Do come back and watch it! Did you like this lesson? Please don’t forget to hit the like button! Also comment below and let us know your questions See ya tomorrow!

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24 thoughts on “Free English Lesson – Renting A Car – How To Rent A Car in English

  1. Twominute English has many teachers, I've seen a new beautiful face in this lesson. Your team is becoming bigger and bigger, isn't it?

  2. Thank you guys, this is the best way to learn English. please do it regarding every situation you might expose to in English.

  3. nice its a good job and its good for me becouse i have a rent busnis that why its a good for me to group may bussnis or i like to share to all thanks to all

  4. You can rent a limousine, a chic car! Inexpensive and presentable!
    https://www.newyorkcity-limo.com/ order here.

  5. Thank you for the lesson! Soon I will go on a trip abroad for the first time, and I will rent a car at http://rentalcars24h.com/ there. Thank you for showing these phrases through dialogue, now I will feel more confident

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