Where do you live? Can you describe your house or flat? Listen to Anne describing her house then practise describing where you live.


Task 1 - ordering rooms

Task 2 - jumbled words


Hello, today I'm going to talk to you about my house. My house is in London. It is a detached house, which means it's not joined on to any other houses. It is separate. Downstairs there's a utility room where we keep the washing machine, the drier and a freezer. Also downstairs there's a kitchen, living room, conservatory and a bathroom. The kitchen is quite big, it has a dining table where we eat, so we don't have a separate dining room. There's the living room, where we usually sit and watch TV. This is the conservatory, where we sit and look at the garden  and watch the wildlife in the garden. Even though we live in a city our garden has foxes, squirrels and lots of different birds.

Upstairs there are two big bedrooms, two small bedrooms, a bathroom and a study where my husband has  his computer and where he works. We moved to this house in the year 2000 and we are quite happy here. It's near  the station and very convenient for the shops.

What about your house? What's it like.



Now you can record yourself talking about where you live.Think about what you would like to say, and try to use some of the new words and phrases you have learnt.

You can use your mobile phone to record yourself speaking. If you think you could improve, you can record yourself again.
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I would like talk about my house.
I am living near Manchester.
It is a terraced house. What I mean -a row of identical or mirror-image houses share side walls.
On the grand floor is dining room kitchen and living room.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms and bathroom.