7.3 House related vocabulary

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House related vocabulary








Exercise 1: Find all the rooms and household items in the following text and put them into right groups.

Grandparents are special people and they live in special houses, at least, mine do!

Diane is my grandmother and Andrew is my grandfather. They are old and their faces are wrinkled but they still keep their sweet look and everlasting kindness, especially my grandfather.

They live in a lovely cottage in Ireland. The house is not very big but my grandmother keeps it very clean and tidy. It has only got one floor and the attic. Inside there are two bedrooms, a kitchen, a small living room, a dining room and a pantry. In the house there is only one bathroom. The house has got a fireplace, a chimney and a spacious balcony at the back with a fine view. In front of the house there is a beautiful garden full of flowers and colour.

I am Rachel and their oldest granddaughter and I usually visit my grandparents at weekends. My grandfather is always waiting for me at the front door with his arms open and a smile on his face. He hugs me, kisses me and listens to me. He is always willing to give me wise pieces of advice. I love to talk to him!

My grandmother is still a wonderful cook and she bakes my favourite chocolate cupcakes whenever I go there. She is very tender and understanding.

I love my grandparents and the peace and quietness of their presence and surroundings.



Exercise 2: Listen to the song and fill in the gaps with the words in the table:






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