I have got a nice flat in an old block of flats. It is in the middle of the city. Our flat is on the fourth floor of a four-storied building. It hasn’t got all modem conveniences but we have a central heating, running cold water, electricity and gas. We haven’t got running hot water, a lift and a chute to carry rubbish down. The number of my flat is 6, house 10, Dmitrovsky Street.
Our flat is large. We have a three-room flat which consists of the room of my parents, the room of my grandparents, a living – room and a sitting – room. There are also a kitchen, a bathroom and a toilet. There is a hall, too. Our flat hasn’t got any balconies.
In front of the room of my parents is the room of my grandparents. In each room there are large windows. There are many flowers on them. There are lovely tableaus in our flat. There is a wonderful landscape out of the window.
The living-room is the largest and most comfortable one in the flat. In the middle of the room we have a round dinner-table with six chairs round it. To the left of the dinner-table there is a table with a computer. At the opposite wall there is a piano and a piano stool before it. To the right there is a little table with colour TV set on it. Opposite the TV set there are two armchairs. A divan-bed and a standard lamp are in the left-hand corner. In front of the armchairs there is a small round table for newspapers and magazines. There is a thick carpet on the floor. In the evening we usually sit there, eat something and discuss anything. A red lampshade gives a warm colour to the room.
The bedroom is smaller than the living-room and not so light as there is only one window in it. In this room there are two beds, two dressing-tables and a wardrobe. In the corner of the bedroom there is a small colors TV set. On the dressing table there is an alarm-clock and small lamp with green lamp-shade.
Our study is the smallest room in the flat. There isn't much furniture in it, but there are a lot of shelves full of books. It has a writing table, an armchair and a bookcase too. A small round table with cassette-recorder is standing in the right-hand corner of the study. Besides there is a small sofa near the wall opposite the bookcase. This room was my father's study, but as I grew older, it has become my room. And in my opinion it is the best room in our flat.
My friends used to come to my place to have a chat or to play chess in the evening, and they say my room is very comfortable. I share their opinion.
I use my room as a study and a bedroom. My room is a very comfortable one. It has its advantages, though it is the smallest room in our flat. The only window in my room faces the green park, which is situated near our house. It is so nice to look out of the window in a bright sunny day! The view is really wonderful. The waits of my room are papered in a design of gray and silver strips and the curtains on the window match the wallpaper perfectly. The built-in furniture doesn't take much space in it. There is a writing table with a reading-lamp on it. A always keep there my notes, text-books, pens and pencils, felt-pens, biros, refills, pencil-case, pencil sharpeners, booklets, posters, pads, newspapers, magazines and other necessary knik-knacks, as my parents used to say.
There is a built-in wardrobe in the right-hand corner of the room with coat-hangers to hang clothes on. Opposite the wardrobe there is a bookcase full of books, journals and newspapers. Near the writing-table there is a standard lamp with a pink silk shade. On the little table there is a stereo cassette recorder. You see, I am fond of music and often enjoy listening to the lovely melody. My divan-bed stands near the standard lamp. There are two water colours and my portrait on the wall above the divan-bed. The floor in my room is covered with a thick carpet. Besides, I grow a lot of flowers in my rooms. You can see them everywhere: on the window-sill, on the bookcase, on the little table, on the walls. I take care of the flowers and water them regularly.
To cut the long story short, I should admit that my room is very attractive and I like it very much.
Every young man wants to live independently. And I’m not an exception. Of course, the time will come, when I will alone in my flat. I wait for this moment and imagine, that my new flat will be at least three roomed. There will be a study, a bed-room, a dinning-room. Of course, there also will be a kitchen and a bathroom. The dinning- room will be big comfortable room with big table in the center. There also will be several armchairs, and a big TV set in it. In this room I shall receive guests. I also shall put a piano in the one of corners of the room. and shall start taking piano lessons cause I like this musical instrument very much.
The bed-room will become my favorite one because it is a room of rest where everybody can spend several hours without noise and fuss. There I shall put my PC that helps me very much.
Another room – study will be the place where I shall do all my work. There will be a large table full of papers and several shelves. I am going to gather big collection of books, so they won’t stay empty.
That’s how I imagine my future flat. I hope that these dreams will become true.
Many english families live in flats, but some people have got their own houses. There are two floors in the traditional English house: the ground floor and the first floor. The bedrooms and a bathroom are upstairs. The sitting-room, the dining-room, the kitchen are and hall are downstairs.
The sitting – room is ussually the largest room 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 comfortble. English people usually have a fire ion the sitting-room. They often spend evenings in armchairs near the fire. They read books, watch TV, listen to music or sit around and speak. People in England like their homes and often say: “There is no place like home” and “East or West, home is best.”
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