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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #78050: Describing one's house
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: The house [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - In the house-Vocabulary - House and vocabulary - ESL-My house - Housework and todo list - Leisure time-Vocabulary - In the kitchen - Dining room-Vocabulary A1 - Dialogue : Housework
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    Describing one's house


    Describing one's house.

     

    The audio file is a bit different from the recording.



    The drawing has been updated after the recording: and my bedroom are located on the back of the house  > are at the back of the house
    Yes, we have > Yes, we do
    it is quite large, one is composed of a terrace where we have barbecues > it is quite large - first there is a terrace
    where my father has settled a small atelier > where my father has put up a small workshop





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    First step : Let's visit my house.


    Second step : Right or Wrong ?

    The little girl lives in a house in Paris.

    There is a swimming pool in the garden.

    An atelier is right at the back of the garden.

    She and her brother sleep in the same bedroom.

    The bathroom is on the ground floor.


    Third step : Here are 4 irregular verbs you'll find in this dialogue.

    BE - - -

    HAVE - - -

    FIND - - -

    GROW - -


    Last step : Choose the right sentence.



















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