<-NARRATOR:-> Listen to a conversation between two students.
<-FEMALE STUDENT:-> Hey, Matt, how is going?
<-MALE STUDENT:-> Uh, so so.
I've got a problem with my housing for next semester, and I have to make a decision soon.
<-FEMALE STUDENT:-> What's going on?
<-MALE STUDENT:-> Well, I live in a dormitory and I've got a great roommate for the last two years, but he is moving off campus next semester.
<-FEMALE STUDENT:-> Oh, so….
<-MALE STUDENT:-> So now I have to make a big decision, you know, about my living arrangement.
<-FEMALE STUDENT:-> Well, couldn't you just get a new roommate?
Doesn't the university automatically assign someone to take his place?
<-MALE STUDENT:-> Yeah they do.
The thing is I am concerned about sharing a room with somebody new.
There could be problems like what if he wanted to go to sleep at 10 o'clock.
I am used to studying late at night and that would throw off my whole study schedule.
<-FEMALE STUDENT:-> I guess that's possible.
But it is convenient to be on campus, easy to get to class and all.
What else could you do?
<-MALE STUDENT:-> Well, my roommate found a house off campus with some other friends and there's another bedroom available.
I could have it but I have to let them known by the end of the week.
<-FEMALE STUDENT:-> A house sounds like a good idea.
It'd be fun to live with a group of people.
<-MALE STUDENT:-> True and it would definitely be economical with everyone splitting the rent.
But it's just that this house is really far from campus.
I'd have to wake up much earlier to get to class.
It'd just be a lot more inconvenient than living in the dorm.
Briefly summarize the problem the speakers are discussing. Then state which solution you would recommend. Explain the reasons for your recommendation.