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|Describe a house or apartment you would like to live in the future. |
You should say:
– Where it is
– What kind of accommodation it is
– What it is like
And how you feel about this dream house/apartment.
When reading this cue card, I immediately think of the house I would like to live in when I’m wealthy. Personally I’d prefer to live in a flat of a high, luxurious apartment building, or what people often call a penthouse. I’d like my flat to be pretty high, maybe on the 20th floor because I want to stay away from all the traffic, deafening sounds and insects. Also, a large, airy balcony and big windows viewing out the city will be a must because I want my house to be full of natural light, and fully ventilated. There’s nothing I would like better than a spacious, comfy and tranquil living atmosphere.
As for the primary color of the house, I think it would look perfect painted in white with a slight touch of green. White is said to convey a sense of purity, cleanliness, and peacefulness to the house, and green would help uplift my mood when I’m down in the dumps. Obviously, the apartment needs to be furnished with modernized appliances, such as a double-door refrigerator, an interactive TV, or an air purifier. Additionally, it would be wonderful if I could have a fully-equipped kitchen so that I can fulfill my desire to become a food vlogger. And I should not forget to mention one of the crucial components of my ideal home, which is a room solely devoted to listening to music and watching movies. It would be a dream come true to have a home cinema of my own, where I can invite my friends over to let off steam after a long day at work.
It’s a long way till the day I can own such a perfect and, of course, costly house, but I’ll bring my A-game so that I can realize all my dreams.
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- Wealthy (adj): giàu có
- Penthouse (n): căn hộ cao nhất của một toà nhà
- Fully ventilated: thông khí
- Spacious (adj): rộng rãi
- Comfy (adj): thoải mái
- Tranquil (adj): yên tĩnh
- Purity (n): sự thuần khiết
- Uplift one’s mood: khiến ai đó vui lên
- Be down in the dumps: cảm thấy buồn
- Fully-equipped (adj): được trang bị đầy đủ thiết bị
- Let off steam: xả hơi, thư giãn
- Bring one’s A-game: cố gắng hết sức
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Part 3: Accommodation
1. How easy is it to find a place to live in your country?
I would say that it depends on where you live, your money, and the trade-offs you are willing to make. If you don’t mind a long commute to work or having to drive everywhere, it’s very simple to find a reasonably priced house in the countryside. It starts to grow more expensive as you move closer to a metropolis. It’s a different story in the city. Finding a place here might be very difficult, especially if you have a small family. I have no idea why, but families with young children or those who own pets don’t seem to be popular among those looking to rent a house.
- Commute (v): di chuyển
- Metropolis (n): thành phố lớn
2. Do you agree that there is a right age for young adults to stop living with their parents?
To be honest, I believe that my response would depend on a variety of factors. For instance, if I had been living in a western country, I would have agreed with the aforementioned viewpoint. However, since different cultures have varying age restrictions, it is difficult to determine the ideal age at which a child can leave home without parental support. Consider Vietnam as an example. According to the law, children can begin to assume responsibility once they turn 18 years old, but it is generally accepted that we maintain the custom of living as an extended family forever.
- Extended family: gia đình lớn, nhiều thế hệ sống chung
3. What kinds of accommodation are common in your country?
In Vietnam, there are primarily two types of accommodation: private homes and apartments. The first is more common in rural areas or certain affluent suburban communities. Due to their low prices and high demand, the latter are becoming more prevalent in big cities.
4. How are relations between neighbours different in cities and in the countryside?
As I see it, people living in big cities do not know all or most of their neighbors, let alone talking to them. On the other hand, rural inhabitants are more likely to know most of their neighbors, but this does not always mean that they interact with their neighbors more frequently than their counterparts in metropolises. I suppose this comes down to the fact that people are increasingly prioritizing their privacy and personal space, leading to them spending more time indoors, rather than having face-to-face interactions with people next door.
- Prioritize (v): ưu tiên
- Face-to-face interaction: sự tương tác trực tiếp
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