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III 1.Let's talk about different types of houses. Tell me about your dream house.

See I 1 and II 5

III 2.Do you find your city/town/village a comfortable place for living?

See I 2

III 3.What questions will you ask your friend who is going to move about his/her new home?

If my friend was going to move I would ask him such questions about his new home:

What type of house are you going to live in?
Will be there enough space in your new house/flat?
Will you have to share our house with some neighbours?

III 4.If your parents ask for your opinion where to move: to the city or to the country, what would you recommend them to do?

See I 1

III 5.What type of house would you prefer to live in? Why?

See I 1

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1.Let's talk about different types of houses. Tell me about the house/flat you would like to live in.
2.Do you like the place where you are living now?
3.Your family is going to move. What questions will you ask your parents about your new flat/house?
4.Your relative wants to decorate his/her flat. Give him/her some advice on how to furnish it.
5.They say that living in the country is better than living in a city. What do you think about this?

IV 1.Let's talk about different types of houses. Tell me about the house/flat you would like to live in.

See I 1 and II 5

IV 2.Do you like the place where you are living now?

See I 1

IV 3.Your family is going to move. What questions will you ask your parents about your new flat/house?

If my family is going to move into a new house/flat, I will ask my parents such questions:

What type of house are we going to live in?
Will be there enough space in our new house/flat?
Will we have to share our house with some neighbours?

IV 4.Your relative wants to decorate his/her flat. Give him/her some advice on how to furnish it.

IV 5.They say that living in the country is better than living in a city. What do you think about this?

See I 2

Both a city and the country have advantages and disadvantages.

One of the advantages of living in a city is that everything is close to home: shops and supermarkets, schools and hospitals and other facilities. Besides, life in the city is more comfortable. There are more opportunities to find a good, well-paid job and make a successful career or it is easier to open a company. Moreover, if you are a city-dweller you have a better choice of schools and higher quality of education. There is a good selection of entertainments, for example, cinemas, theatres, discos, water parks, museums, galleries and sport facilities. In addition, cities have better and more convenient infrastructure.

On the other hand, living in the city has also disadvantages. The air in the cities is polluted. There is heavy traffic and it is difficult to find a parking place, especially in the centre. Another point is that the cities are overpopulated. Shops, streets and public transport are overcrowded. People feel mental discomfort connected with living conditions. At the same time, in a small town, you have to own a car to ensure a comfortable living. You canít get around without one because there isnít any kind of public transportation. There arenít many entertainments in the country. It is sometimes difficult to get to school, hospital or shops. In the country it is difficult to find a good job.



At the same time life in the country is quieter and more peaceful, there is no traffic, no noise. People can relax, go to the forest, enjoy beautiful landscapes, the air is also much cleaner. The life in the country is safer and not as expensive as the life in the city. When you want to save your health and to have a healthy family you must live in the country!


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