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Lesson 10: IELTS Accommodation
a) Examples of IELTS Speaking Part 1 questions:
Examiner: Do you live in a house or an apartment?
Candidate: Actually I live on campus … in a single room in halls of residence … all first year students are encouraged to do that as they’re close to the university … next year I plan to move into student digs in town …
Examiner: Tell me about where you live.
Candidate: I live with my parents in the suburbs of Madrid … we only moved in recently … in fact we had a house-warming party just a few weeks ago …
Examiner: What kind of accommodation do most people live in your city?
Candidate: In the city itself the majority of people live in apartment blocks … that’s what surprised me about England … most people seem to live in terraced houses with lovely back gardens …
to live on campus: to live on the university or college grounds
single room: a room for one person
hall of residence: a college or university building where students live
student digs: student accommodation
the suburbs: a residential area on the edge of towns or cities
to move into: to begin to live in a property
house-warming party: a party to celebrate moving into a new home
apartment block: a large building made up of smaller units of apartments
terraced house: a house connected on both sides by other properties
back garden: a garden at the rear of the house
b) Examples of IELTS Speaking Part 2 questions:
Describe a house or an apartment you would like to live in. You should say
• what kind of accommodation it would be
• where it would be
• who would live there with you
• and say why you would enjoy living in this place.
I think most people when answering this question would say they’d like to live in a big detached house with spacious rooms … views of the countryside and so on … but actually my ideal home would be a lot different … I’ve always loved the idea of having a mobile home … a costly one with all the mod cons … so I could live wherever I wanted or at least have lots of holidays and be able to take all my home comforts with me whenever I traveled… I realize this would have to be a second home as I’d need a base … a permanent address … but the mobile home would be the accommodation I’d find it exciting to live in … I suppose once I settle down and have children I’ll want to get on the property ladder … I’ll be like everyone else … saving up to put down a deposit on a house or an apartment … I don’t think my family would want to live in a mobile home … but I like to think I’ll still keep that dream home in mind.
detached house: a house that is not physically connected to another property
spacious room: a large room
ideal home: a perfect home
mobile home: a home that can be moved by a vehicle or one that has its own engine
(all the) mod cons: technology at home that makes jobs easier such as a washing machine, dishwasher etc.
home comforts: things that make a home feel comfortable to live in
permanent address: a fixed address
to get on the property ladder: to buy a property with the aim of buying another bigger or more expensive one later in life
to put down a deposit: to pay an amount of money as the first in a series of future payments
dream home: a home you regard as perfect
c) Examples of IELTS Speaking Part 3 questions:
Examiner: Is it better to own your own home or to rent?
Candidate: I think both have their advantages … living in rented accommodation isn’t necessarily a bad thing … you don’t have a huge debt like you do when you take out a mortgage but I suppose the property market offers you an investment for the future … I’m sure that’s why most people prefer to own their own home …
Examiner: What options are available to young couples looking for accommodation in your country?
Candidate: If they want to buy their own home it isn’t easy for first-time buyers … mortgages are hard to get so most people live with their parents or in rented accommodation … but that can also be very expensive … you often have to pay rent in advance … and if the accommodation isn’t fully furnished you have the expense of buying furniture…
Examiner: What are some of the pleasures involved in making a home for ourselves?
Candidate: I suppose it starts with house-hunting … finding your ideal home … some people enjoy doing up an old property … giving a property that’s old and tired a new lease of life … others like making wherever they live to feel like home with some home comforts …
rented accommodation: property owned by someone else and for which a person pays a fixed amount to live in
to take out a mortgage: to borrow a large amount of money, paid back over several years, in order to buy a house
property market: the buying and selling of land or buildings
to own your own home: to have bought the property you live in
first-time buyer: someone buying a property for the first time, especially when taking out a loan (mortgage)
to pay rent in advance: weekly or monthly rent paid at the beginning of the week or month
fully-furnished: a rented property with all furniture included
house-hunting: looking for a property to live in
to do up a property: to repair an old building
home comforts: things that make a home feel comfortable to live in
Danh sách 20 bài học hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking Part 1 tại nhà: + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 1: IELTS Holiday + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 2: IELTS Relationships + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 3: IELTS Technology + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 4: IELTS Sports + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 5: IELTS Food + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 6: IELTS Education + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 7: IELTS Work + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 8: IELTS Health + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 9: IELTS Books and Films + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 10: IELTS Accommodation + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 11: IELTS Clothes & Fashion + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 12: IELTS Personality + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 13: IELTS Business + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 14: IELTS Physical Appearance + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 15: IELTS Town and City + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 16: IELTS Music + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 17: IELTS Weather + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 18: IELTS Shopping + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 19: IELTS Environment + Hướng dẫn tự học IELTS Speaking – Lesson 20: IELTS Advertising
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