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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20472: Living conditions
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: The house [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - In the house-Vocabulary - ESL-My house - Describing one's house - House and vocabulary - Housework and todo list - Leisure time-Vocabulary - In the kitchen - Dining room-Vocabulary A1
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    Living conditions

    Complete the sentences with one of the words given.

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    1. My bedroom doesn't have a so I don't have anywhere to hang my clothes.

    2. When she gets home she sits in a comfortable in front of the fire.

    3. The three children were all sitting on the watching television.

    4. I think we've got some sugar in the in the kitchen.

    5. The is on the wall just as you go into the room. Just press it.

    6. Make sure your hands are dry when you put the into the socket,

    7. There were several couples in the pub sitting on at the bar and drinking.

    8. I can't open this bottle of wine because I don't have a .

    9. He had never used an before so he scorched his new shirt.

    10. She sat at the table, looking at herself in the mirror.

    11. I keep my socks and underwear in a of drawers in my bedroom.

    12. It's too dark to read in here; why don't you get a reading ?

    13. The on the landing has gone and I can't see a thing - can you change it?

    14. There were not enough chairs so some people had to sit on .

    15. On cold winter days, we used to sit round the to keep warm.

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