Do these exercises and learn words to talk about your home.

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Average: 4.4 (14 votes)

Submitted by Phoe Ag on Thu, 18/04/2024 - 04:23

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Beside sleep? we use to spend our time most in the garden .In the morning on the sunny day , we can get Vitamin D from the sunlight by having there. And  not only we can water the plants also read books by sitting there.

Submitted by enolabrown on Wed, 03/04/2024 - 11:15

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Definitely my bedroom. It is the most quiet place in my house. I study, watch movies, do some workout, read books and I also even eat in my bedroom. And of course, this is my favourite to spend my time alone.

 

Submitted by DzhusAngela on Wed, 17/01/2024 - 09:49

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I think I spend the most time in living room,because I dont have my bedroom and I sleep and study in living room.

Submitted by Toan3002 on Mon, 08/01/2024 - 09:19

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Mostly, I am spending time with my parents in the dining room.

Submitted by reza-3x on Thu, 28/12/2023 - 06:44

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I spend most of the times in my bedroom, because it is really comfortable and I can do whatever I want.

Submitted by Vu anh on Tue, 12/12/2023 - 07:11

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i spend most of time in the living room to study, have meals and play with my child.

Submitted by howtosay_ on Wed, 23/08/2023 - 23:36

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Hello, dear teachers and team!

Could you please help me with the following:

If my flat is in the block of flats, not in the house, and there is the supermarket nearby, can I say:

There is the supermarket near my block of flats. Once I said: There is the supermarket near my house, but then I thought that I live not in a house, but in block of flats and I hesitate which option (if any) is acceptable.

I'm very very grateful to you for sharing your knowledge and helping me a lot, and thank you very much for the answer to this post beforehand!

Hi howtosay_,

No problem! We're glad to help with your questions as much as we can.

In everyday speaking in British English, people do sometimes say "house" to refer generally to their home, even if that is not actually a house (e.g. you live in a block of flats). If you want to be more precise, then you can say "... near my block of flats", as you said. Alternatively, you can also say "... near my home" or "... near where I live".

One other thing - it should be "There is a supermarket ...".

I hope that helps!

Jonathan

LearnEnglish team

Submitted by Safe_Mode on Sat, 12/08/2023 - 11:03

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I spend the most time in living room. Actually, it's my bedroom too. Sometimes, it's my dining room)

Submitted by Aider on Mon, 31/07/2023 - 11:23

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Hello, I live in a house. There is a bedroom and a bathroom, there is no garden but there are stairs. The bedroom is upstairs. There are 4 windows. I like my house.