8. Asking About the Neighborhood (1)

A: What can you tell me about the neighborhood?

B: Only good things.

A: Like what, for example?

B: The neighborhood is a safe and clean place.

A: Is there any crime?

B: There is hardly any crime that is reported.

A: I wonder why that is.

B: There is a neighborhood watch that patrols daily.

A: That explains crime disparity.

B: Any other questions?

A: Who are the residents living in the neighborhood?

B: Mostly families and some retired folks.

A: Sounds like a pleasant neighborhood.

B: It really is. I hope you enjoy living there.