Which room is a favourite in a traditional English house​
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dianas156 1 год назад
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Some English families live in flats, but lots of people have got their own1 houses. There are two floors2 in a traditional English house.

Two or three bedrooms and a bathroom are upstairs. The living-room, the dining-room, the kitchen and a hall are down­stairs.

The living-room is usually a favourite in the house. There is always a sofa, some chairs and armchairs in it. There is often a carpet on the floor. It makes the room comfortable. The British people usually have a fireplace in the living-room. They some times call this room a sitting-room because they often spend evenings in armchairs near the fireplace. They read books, watch TV, listen to music or sit around and talk. People in Britain like their homes and often say, "There is no place like home" or "East or West, home is best."3
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svetafinchenko 1 год назад
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living room = sitting room