Exercise 1

Rita wants to rent a flat. You will hear her talking to a landlord about it. Which room is the landlord describing? Tick a or b.


1 a   2 b   3 b   4 b   5 a



A   And what’s the living room like?

B   Quite big. It’s got a sofa and two chairs as well as a dining table.


A   Is there a shower as well as a bath in the bathroom?

B   No, there’s only a shower, I’m afraid.


A   What’s the bedroom got in it?

B   A double bed and a dressing table.


A   Could you tell me about the kitchen?

B   Well, it’s got a new cooker and a small fridge, and plenty of cupboards.


A   What’s the small bedroom got in it?

B   Just a bed and a small chest of drawers.

Exercise 2

Mrs Keane has just arrived at her hotel. Listen to the porter showing her where things are in her room. Number the correct places in the picture.

1   towels

2   light switch for the bathroom

3   phone

4   phone book

5   kettle

6   information about the hotel

7   ashtray



This is your room Mrs Keane. I hope you’ll be a comfortable here. You’ll find your towels in the bathroom. The light switch for the bathroom is to the right of the door. The phone’s next to your bed and there’s a phone book in the drawer underneath. If you’d like some coffee or tea there’s a kettle and a cup and saucer on the shelf above the desk. On the desk you’ll find some information about the hotel. There’s an ashtray next to the phone on the bedside table.

Exercise 3

Listen to people talking about where they live. Tick the picture of the house or building they are talking about.


1 a   2 b   3 b   4 a   5 a   6 b   7 b   8 a



A   What’s your new house like Jean?

B   It’s nice. It’s got a big garage, which is what I like.


A   Is your house that stone one with the fence around it?

B   Yes, that’s right.


A   Do you still live in that lovely old house on Elm Street?

B   Yes. It’s the one with the big trees around it.


A   Have you got a garden?

B   No, we haven’t, unfortunately.


A   What’s your block of flats like?

B   It’s an old four-storey building.


A   Which floor is your flat on?

B   I live on the top floor.


A   Where’s the entrance to your block of flats?

B   It’s at the side.


A   Can you park near your flat?

B   Yes, there are several parking spaces in front of the building.

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