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HOMES. MY HOME IS MY CASTLE. AN ENGLISHMAN’S HOME IS HIS CASTLE AN ENGLISHMEN TAKES PRIDE OF HIS HOME. HOMES. HUNUSUAL HOUSES OMES. TYPES OF HOUSES. HOW TO DESCRIBE A HOUSE. ECONOMICAL IMPRACTICAL COLD SPACIOUS CRAMPED AIRY COMFORTABLE ATTRACTIVE ECCENTRIC. WORDS.

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Homes

HOMES


My home is my castle

MY HOME IS MY CASTLE

AN ENGLISHMAN’S HOME IS HIS CASTLE

AN ENGLISHMEN TAKES PRIDE OF HIS HOME


Homes1

HOMES


Hunusual houses omes

HUNUSUAL HOUSESOMES


Types of houses

TYPES OF HOUSES


How to describe a house

HOW TO DESCRIBE A HOUSE

  • ECONOMICAL

  • IMPRACTICAL

  • COLD

  • SPACIOUS

  • CRAMPED

  • AIRY

  • COMFORTABLE

  • ATTRACTIVE

  • ECCENTRIC


Words

WORDS

  • TO LIVE SOMEWHERE OUT OF ODINARY

  • TO BUILD A HOUSE FROM SCRATCH

  • A BRAND NEW BUILDING WITH ALL THE LUXURIES

  • A LOT OF FEATURES

  • A KEEP, A MOAT, A DRAWBRIDGE

  • HARSH BRITISH WINTER

  • UNIQUE AND SPACIOUS HOMES

  • A CONVERTED UNDERGROUND WATER TANK

  • SURFACE, ORDINARY, COSY,DRAUGHTS

  • DAMAGE THE LOCAL SURROUNDINGS

  • FUEL BILLS

  • TO FEEL SHUT IN


Words1

WORDS

  • APPEAL TO YOU

  • A TREE SURGEON

  • BECOME SHORT OF SPACE

  • SOLUTION

  • A SPRUCE TREE

  • EXTENSION TO HIS HOME

  • CONVINCE MORE PEOPLE OF THE BENEFITS

  • TO SET UP HIS OWN ENTERPRISE

  • AIRY, SECURE,

  • SUITABLE FOR

  • SUFFERFROM HAY FEVER

  • TO LIVE IN MORE ORDINARY SETTINGS

  • RESIST DOING

  • STAND OUT FROM THE R\CROWD

  • FIBRELASS SHARK

  • SCULPTURE

  • IT SPOILS THE LOOK OF

  • A WELL-KNOWN LANDMARK


Comparing houses

COMPARING HOUSES


Comparing houses list of advantages and disadvantages

COMPARING HOUSESLIST OF ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES


Comparing houses1

COMPARING HOUSES


Special features

SPECIAL FEATURES


Features

FEATURES


Special features1

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • BRICK WALLS

  • A THATCHED ROOF

  • A CHIMNEY

  • WOODEN STAIRS

  • STONE WALLS

  • A PITCHES ROOF

  • A TILED ROOF

  • A FRONT GARDEN

  • FULLY-FURNISHED

  • PATIO

  • POOL

  • MODERN FITTED KITCHEN

  • DRIVE-WAY

  • FENCE

  • FIREPLACE

  • FULLY-EQIPPED

  • SECURITY SYSTEM

  • GARAGE

  • CENTRAL HEATING

  • AIR-CONDITIONING

  • ATTIC

  • Entrance hall

  • Close to….

  • Fitted wardrobes

  • Well maintained


Renting a house

Renting a house

Greeting greeting – ask for information

Agree to give information ask your questions(location, size, special features

Answer the questions arrange a viewing

Agree on viewing

First of all, could you tell me where the is situated?

And does it have a separate dining room?

Do the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes?

One last question.


Appliances

appliances


Household chores

Household chores


Homes

…….of ordinary ……scratch ..the countryside to expect sth….sb ..the winter

To appeal… sb to live …a tree to become short…space….an extension …his home

To convince people … sth the benefits…sth suitable… sb to suffer….. Hay fever

Fear … heights

Bring about

Bring back

Bring down

Bring forward

Bring in

Bring on

Bring out

Bring round

Bring over

Bring up

Cause to happen

Cause to recall

Cause to fall

Move to an eelier date

Create money

Cause unpleasant

Put on the market

Cause to regain consciousness

Persuade

Raise a child

Introduce a subject

Break down

Break in

Break into

Break off

Break out

Break through

Break to

Break up

Stop working

Lose control of feelings

Enter by force

Enter by force

Interrupt

Begin suddenly

Advance

Tell bad news in a kind way

Stop for holidays

End a relationship


Homes

Both pictures show dwellings

Picture shows a ……. But picture B shows a…..

The house in picture A is(Location). The house in picture B is (Location)

I would like to live in because

My house is quite different from…because

It is similar(or not similar) to picture ….because

House A may have problems….. It may be …..

House B may have problems….


Household accidents

Household accidents

Hot stoves can be dangerous because

Chemicals, cleaning products

Cupboards and drawers can contain dangerous items. Safety catches should be put on so..

Swimming pools

Staircases

Hot irons

Knives

Burning yourself on the cooker

Drowning in the swimming pool

Choking on a piece of food

Poisoning from drinking cleaning products

Scalding yourself with hot water

Cutting yourself while preparing food

Electrocution caused by faulty wiring


Suggesting ideas

Suggesting ideas

I think we should add a…

…… would be a good idea, too

Another good idea would be to…..

But do you know what I think everyone would really like? ……

That’s true

You are right

You are joking

You are absolutely right


Deciding on a house

Deciding on a house


Problems in houses

Problems in houses

Tiles had been blown off

The roof is leaking

Complete resurfacing

Big holes all over

Feel the draught

The cold air

A good view over a park

Feeling of space

Good for two of us

Hot outside

It sends out warm air


Describing a house

Describing a house

Introduction

Opening remarks and reason for writing

Main body

The location

The exterior ( garden)

The interior (rooms)

Conclusion

Closing remarks (yours, Best wishes+ our first name)


Idioms

idioms

Once in a blue moon

Is black and blue

Green fingers

Is a bit green

A little white

In black and white

Out and about

Clear the air

Vanished into thin air

Will not take no for an answer

Refuse to play ball

Drive a hard bargain


Grammar time

Grammar time


Where is life there is home

Where is life there is home

While somebody is alive, we can have hope about the future

Important events in your life

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10


A dream come true

A dream come true

Inaudible

Transmit

To work in the fields of speech

Deaf mutes

Achieve amazing results

White plague

Basement

To allow

To resume

Spend money on his inventions

To give up

Electrical wires

To survive

An improvement


Describing a person

Describing a person

Age

Height

Build

Hair

Face

Cheeks

Eyebrows

Eyes

Eyelashes

Nose

Mouth

chin


Our feelings

Our feelings


Our feelings1

Our feelings

terrified

delighted

The last time when I was…. It was when….

bored

impatient

worried

annoyed

cheerful

miserable

nervous

furious

frustrated

depressed

pleased

relaxed


Homes

Capable …

Care …

Care…

Take care…

Careful…

Careless…

Cause …

Certain …

Charge…

cheque ..

Choice…

Clever at….

Close

Comment..

communicate

Compare

Compare

Complain

Compliment

Comparison

Comply

Concentrate

confidence

Connect

Consist

Contact

Contribute

Convert

Cope

Correspond

Crash

Crazy

Crowded

Cruel

Cure

curious

Date

Deal

Dear

Decide

Decrease

Dedicate

Deficient

Delay

Delight

Demand

Depart

Departure

Depend

describe

Die

Different

Disagree

Disapprove

Dismiss

Distinguish

Dream

dressed


Idioms1

idioms

As silent as a grave

As sick as a dog

As tough as boots

As different as chalk and cheese

As good as gold

As keen as mustard

On the cards

A good cause

Make it clear

Has her head in the clouds

Hot under the collar


Family ties

Family ties


Grammar time1

Grammar time


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