Ginger: So， what about you? You're still in the same place right?英语故事短文
Nabeel: Yeah， I'm still there.
Ginger: Good. How's it going?
Nabeel: Oh， it's great. I'm actually quite satisfied with it now.
Ginger: Oh， I though you wanted to move at one point.
Nabeel: Yeah， I thought about it for awhile but then I decided to stay there. There's a lot of good points there. It's a quiet neighborhood. It's not too far from the train， so I can get to work easily. For awhile I thought it might be a little too expensive， slightly above my budget， to it， there， so I think I'm going to stay.
Ginger: Oh， great. I love your cats. Do they have a lot of room to roam around?
Nabeel: They have enough room. Of course， I was living there last year but they've adapted pretty well， so there's a roof there. I can take them up and roam around. There's plenty of places for them to hide.
Ginger: Now， what about your neighbors. Are you still living near Matt and Laura.
Nabeel: Matt and Laura.
Ginger: Right， right.
Nabeel: Actually， it's really funny. They'd been there for about four months， and last weekend they invited some people over， about five or six of their colleagues. They had a little party. They played poker， had lots of booze around， but unfortunately， to the landlord， and the landlords were really angry.
Ginger: Oh， no.
Nabeel: And sent them this really harsh e-mail and said they wanted them out by the end of the week， so yeah， Matt and Laura have been kicked out of the building.
Ginger: You are kidding.
Ginger: Wow， and five people over.
Nabeel: Yeah， it w the neighborhood is kind of family-oriented， to people having parties.
Ginger: Mm， right. Maybe the voices carry a lot.
Nabeel: Yeah， there's a lot of echo in the building actually for some reason.
Ginger: Well， that's too bad for them. Where did they move?
Nabeel: They moved down the street to another apartment building. It's smaller so I don't think they're happy about it. Oh， well.
Ginger: Well， tell them I said 'Hey' when you see them.
Nabeel: I will.