Steven and Julia is talking about their neighbor Tom.
A: I've heard that Tom is going to move.
B: What? Are you sure about that?
A: Yeah, he's going to move next month.
B: Where is he going?
A: He's going to Canada and to live with his son.
B: What a pity.
A: Why did you say that? It's a good thing for him to live with his son.
B: I know that. But it's a pity for us to lose such a good neighbor. You know, I always appreciate Tom's company.
A: Me too. But anyway, we hope he lives happily in the future
I have a neighbour who lives on the second floor.
Our next-door neighbours are very noisy.
The United States has many neighbours.
I've heard that...
I've heard that you won the first prize in the speech competition of your school.
I've heard that Mike got a new car.
I've heard that you're getting married. Congratulations.
I live with my grandpa in central London.
They had to live with who they were after everything was different.
I just had to learn to live with the pain.
It's a pity...
It's a pity that we lost the match.
It's a pity that you can't stay longer.
It's a pity that we're not in the same class now.
I really appreciate your help.
There's no point buying him expensive wines, he doesn't appreciate them.
I appreciate that it's a difficult decision for you to make.
I had no company during the journey.
keep sb company
Sit here and keep me company for a while.
Would you keep me company at the dentist?