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esl podcast 727

Fiches crée par Dylan Fouarge
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real estate
property in the form of land or buildings
estate agent
someone who works for an estate agency
the bigger the better
an expression for a big house
Cape Cod
a style's house with 1 or 2 flowers, a rooft construct a pont and a chemines on the middle of the place
Georgian
a style's house, a large rectangular house with the windons rectangulars.The design of the house is symmetry.
modest
for a house : not large in size or amount, or not expensive
bungalow
a house that has only one storey (= level)
cottage
a small house , usually in the countryside
a step up from
an improvement over; one level better or higher than
mobile home
an inexpensive home that is built in a factory and has wheels so
that it can be pulled to where the owners will live, with pieces of wood or plastic
used to hide the wheels
to come into some money
to inherit; to receive money from someone when
that person dies
colonial
a home built in one of the styles that was popular in North America
before the United States became a country, usually with one or two floors and
with very steep (with a sharp angle) roofs
Greek revival
a home or other building that is similar to ancient Greek
architecture, with pillars (columns; vertical structures) in the front or all around
the building, like many U.S. government buildings
split-level
a type of home where the main floor where one walks into the home
is halfway between an upper floor, usually where the bedrooms are, and a lower
floor, usually where the family room or basement is
ranch
a long, rectangular home with only one floor and large windows, usually
with little architectural decoration inside or outside
the sky's the limit
a phrase used to show that there are no limits or controls,
so one can do whatever one wants, without paying attention to how much
something costs
ostentatious
doing or saying things to try to impress other people, especially
spending a lot of money to draw attention to oneself
deal with it
an informal, slightly rude phrase used to tell someone that he or
she must accept something or learn to tolerate it because it is not going to
change

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