PARTS OF A HOUSE (A1) (A2)

arrow4_e0 STUDY THE VOCABULARY FOR THE HOUSE IN YOUR BOOK ON PAGE 161

LOOK AT THIS PICTURE. HOW MANY PARTS OF THE HOUSE CAN YOU NAME IN ENGLISH?
QUESTIONS:

1.- Which are the parts of our house?

2.- Where do you sleep?

3.- Where do you eat lunch or dinner?

4.- Where can you cook?

5.- Where can you have a shower or a bath?

6.- Name some things you can see in your bedroom and in your dining room?

7.- Name some things you can see in your kitchen and in your bathroom?

THE BIG QUESTION:

Which is the most important room for you in your house? Why?

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS VIDEO FOR FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES:

REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN ALWAYS TRY “LEARNING CHOCOLATE” TO PRACTISE VOCABULARY:

ROOMS

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Posted on February 26, 2015, in WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY) and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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