furniture: armchair, table, chair, bed, wardrobe, desk bookcase, cupboard, etc.
rooms: kitchen, dining room, bathroom, bedroom, utility room. etc.
adjectives: big small, nice modern, busy, beautiful, etc.
extra features: garden, garage etc.
C – next to a main shopping street (near the high street)
D – lovely garden (pretty / beautiful outside space)
E- wry quiet inside (no noise)
F – need new furniture (wan f to buy more furniture)
G – very small (tiny, not big)
b) Speaker 1 В
Speaker 2 C
Speaker 3 E
Speaker 4 A
Speaker 5 G
Speaker 6 D
c) 1 I can see
2 live close to supermarket, walk out my door, haw all the shops I need, excellent location.
3 isn’t any noise, I don’t like noise.
4 I have lots of old things, 100 years old, beautiful.
5 isn’t much space, rooms aren’t big.
6 big outdoor space with flowers and trees.
From pictures I can tell that it is very spacious and has some beautiful gardens, etc.
b) A BIG
b) Two reasons that people may choose to visit the White House are: that it is a famous building where the President resides, and that it also sounds like a beautiful place to see.
b) Size: big
Garden: really big / trees / pond with fish
Special features: pond with fish
Area: really nice / park nearby
Favourite place / room: bedroom
c) Stuart’s favourite room in the house is his bedroom. This is because he enjoys having his own private space.
B: Hi Tom. It’s great. It’s quite big with a large living room, three bedrooms and a small garden.
A: What’s your bedroom like?
В: It’s quite big and bright with a big window.
A: What about the garden.
B: It’s got some trees and flowers and a nice lawn.
A: Is it in a n ice a tea?
B: Yes. it’s really nice. There are lots of shops and a park nearby.
A: So what’s your favourite thing about it?
B: My room. It’s good not to share anymore.
A: You’re lucky.
B: Why don’t you come round for a visit?
2 details of what size flat, rooms, etc. need, the area it can be in, how much rent I can afford, my name and email address
3 students and staff at the university
b) Flat Wanted
I want to find a one-bedroom flat near the university with a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom and furniture. I can pay ?150 a week.