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  1. 1. Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a FlatI think that living in a flat is better than living in a house, because you can clean it faster and it can bevery cosy. We have neighbours and we can count on them.On the other hand, the walls in a flat are very thin and unfortunately you can listen to your neighbours.You have to respect them because living in a community it is supposed that there should be some rulesto be respected, such as not to make any noise after 10:00, or not ot use any electric appliances at night,etc.In conclusion, I think that living in a flat has more disadvantages than advantages, but, at the moment, Object 1 3 2we can´t afford to buy a house, because we have great difficulties in paying our mortgage for a smallflat.Publicado por cristina enEtiquetas: Renting a flat1 comentarios:lara dijo... Your opinion is the same as mine, I think liviving in a flat is better than living in the house but the disadvantage is the mortage we have to pay. 12 de junio de 2009 12:58Publicar un comentario en la entradaif (window[tickAboveFold]) {window[tickAboveFold](document.getElementById("latency-3703807557592413827")); } Entrada más reciente Entradaantigua Página principalSuscribirse a: Enviar comentarios (Atom)Archivo del blog • ► 2010 (42) • ► agosto (1) • To my English teacher • ► junio (24)
  2. 2. • My Holiday This Summer • On Holiday • Difference Between UK and US English • A visit to Madrid • description of Dracula • Change of time • Go to Shanghai • Expressions of Time • Viaje a la Alcarria • Communication • The news • An unexpected accident • THE USE OF MOBILE PHONE FOR CHILDREN • The Last Book I Have Read. • A BICYCLE. • My Ideal Holiday • Should children under 13 have mobile phone? • Mobile phone • Some people believe that children under the age of... • An Inusual Experience with a Mobile Phone • CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13 • My ideal holiday • My Ideal Holiday • My Ideal Holiday• ► abril (3) • The last book I have read • Advantages and disadvantages of living in a rented... • My home has been robbed.• ► marzo (14) • Would you like to go Abroad? • Description of a landscape • Discrimination
  3. 3. • Madrid • Young people shuld do voluntary work • Young Pople Should Do Voluntary Work • Do you Think Recycling is Important ? • Going Abroad • London • do you like going abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad?• ▼ 2009 (146) • ► diciembre (31) • Merry christmas ... • Silent Night. • All I Want for Christmas • Wolverine • Miguel Ángel Silvestre "El duque" • John Lennons Biography • BOB MARLEY. A Biography. • A Hard Situation. A story. • ► octubre (1) • ► junio (14) • ▼ mayo (27) • Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Flat • How to Prepare an ERASMUS. • HOARDINGS INVASION • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF LIVING IN A RENTED... • Do Animals Have really Got Emotional Lives • My Favourite Music • A Trip to the Canary Islands • What I Would Like to Become
  4. 4. • My Perfect Mate • INTERACTIVE HOARDINGS • Advertising • Tv Commercials • Queen • Velázquez. Great Artists. • THE BEATLES • Famous Animals There are famous ... • ANIMALS EXPERIENCE EMOTIONS • CLASSICAL MUSIC • More about MUSIC. • Animals and Cinema • Music: Simple Plan • Animals • MY GRANDMOTHER • Music • Do Animals really have Emotional Lives • My Mice • Real Ambitions • ► abril (17) • ► marzo (36) • ► febrero (11) • ► enero (9)• ► 2008 (31) • ► diciembre (9) • ► noviembre (14) • ► octubre (1) • ► marzo (2) • ► febrero (5)
  5. 5. Contribuyentes • DANIEL • Carlos Gx • iris • Tzuelo • mario gª • LAURA L. • Rubto • paquito • David • david • Rakel • inere • ElenaAdvantages and Disadvantages of Living in a FlatI think that living in a flat is better than living in a house, because you can clean it faster and it can bevery cosy. We have neighbours and we can count on them.On the other hand, the walls in a flat are very thin and unfortunately you can listen to your neighbours.You have to respect them because living in a community it is supposed that there should be some rulesto be respected, such as not to make any noise after 10:00, or not ot use any electric appliances at night,etc.In conclusion, I think that living in a flat has more disadvantages than advantages, but, at the moment,we can´t afford to buy a house, because we have great difficulties in paying our mortgage for a smallflat.Publicado por cristina enEtiquetas: Renting a flat1 comentarios:lara dijo... Your opinion is the same as mine, I think liviving in a flat is better than living in the house but the disadvantage is the mortage we have to pay. 12 de junio de 2009 12:58Publicar un comentario en la entrada
  6. 6. if (window[tickAboveFold]) {window[tickAboveFold](document.getElementById("latency-3703807557592413827")); } Entrada más reciente Entradaantigua Página principalSuscribirse a: Enviar comentarios (Atom) •Archivo del blog • ► 2010 (42) • ► agosto (1) • To my English teacher • ► junio (24) • My Holiday This Summer • On Holiday • Difference Between UK and US English • A visit to Madrid • description of Dracula • Change of time • Go to Shanghai • Expressions of Time • Viaje a la Alcarria • Communication • The news • An unexpected accident • THE USE OF MOBILE PHONE FOR CHILDREN • The Last Book I Have Read. • A BICYCLE. • My Ideal Holiday • Should children under 13 have mobile phone? • Mobile phone
  7. 7. • Some people believe that children under the age of... • An Inusual Experience with a Mobile Phone • CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13 • My ideal holiday • My Ideal Holiday • My Ideal Holiday • ► abril (3) • The last book I have read • Advantages and disadvantages of living in a rented... • My home has been robbed. • ► marzo (14) • Would you like to go Abroad? • Description of a landscape • Discrimination • Madrid • Young people shuld do voluntary work • Young Pople Should Do Voluntary Work • Do you Think Recycling is Important ? • Going Abroad • London • do you like going abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad?• ▼ 2009 (146) • ► diciembre (31) • Merry christmas ... • Silent Night. • All I Want for Christmas • Wolverine • Miguel Ángel Silvestre "El duque"
  8. 8. • John Lennons Biography • BOB MARLEY. A Biography. • A Hard Situation. A story.• ► octubre (1)• ► junio (14)• ▼ mayo (27) • Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Flat • How to Prepare an ERASMUS. • HOARDINGS INVASION • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF LIVING IN A RENTED... • Do Animals Have really Got Emotional Lives • My Favourite Music • A Trip to the Canary Islands • What I Would Like to Become • My Perfect Mate • INTERACTIVE HOARDINGS • Advertising • Tv Commercials • Queen • Velázquez. Great Artists. • THE BEATLES • Famous Animals There are famous ... • ANIMALS EXPERIENCE EMOTIONS • CLASSICAL MUSIC • More about MUSIC. • Animals and Cinema • Music: Simple Plan • Animals • MY GRANDMOTHER • Music • Do Animals really have Emotional Lives • My Mice
  9. 9. • Real Ambitions • ► abril (17) • ► marzo (36) • ► febrero (11) • ► enero (9) • ► 2008 (31) • ► diciembre (9) • ► noviembre (14) • ► octubre (1) • ► marzo (2) • ► febrero (5)Contribuyentes • DANIEL • Carlos Gx • iris • Tzuelo • mario gª • LAURA L. • Rubto • paquito • David • david • Rakel • inere • Elena • carloslarra • pimpollo • lara • MauDr77 • Lucía
  10. 10. • cArLoS4yOu • Cire • la rubia • Quevedo • pedroj.martinez • i.vela • Oscar Alejandro • MaRCeLa • Rosa • César • lopes89 • bruja • borja • borja rojo • carlos beltran • lollipop • ema • DMTS • fran85 • juanjose • CristinaAdvantages and Disadvantages of Living in a FlatI think that living in a flat is better than living in a house, because you can clean it faster and it can bevery cosy. We have neighbours and we can count on them.On the other hand, the walls in a flat are very thin and unfortunately you can listen to your neighbours.You have to respect them because living in a community it is supposed that there should be some rulesto be respected, such as not to make any noise after 10:00, or not ot use any electric appliances at night,etc.In conclusion, I think that living in a flat has more disadvantages than advantages, but, at the moment,we can´t afford to buy a house, because we have great difficulties in paying our mortgage for a smallflat.Publicado por cristina enEtiquetas: Renting a flat1 comentarios:
  11. 11. lara dijo... Your opinion is the same as mine, I think liviving in a flat is better than living in the house but the disadvantage is the mortage we have to pay. 12 de junio de 2009 12:58Publicar un comentario en la entradaif (window[tickAboveFold]) {window[tickAboveFold](document.getElementById("latency-3703807557592413827")); } Entrada más reciente Entradaantigua Página principalSuscribirse a: Enviar comentarios (Atom) •Archivo del blog • ► 2010 (42) • ► agosto (1) • To my English teacher • ► junio (24) • My Holiday This Summer • On Holiday • Difference Between UK and US English • A visit to Madrid • description of Dracula • Change of time • Go to Shanghai • Expressions of Time • Viaje a la Alcarria • Communication • The news • An unexpected accident
  12. 12. • THE USE OF MOBILE PHONE FOR CHILDREN • The Last Book I Have Read. • A BICYCLE. • My Ideal Holiday • Should children under 13 have mobile phone? • Mobile phone • Some people believe that children under the age of... • An Inusual Experience with a Mobile Phone • CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13 • My ideal holiday • My Ideal Holiday • My Ideal Holiday • ► abril (3) • The last book I have read • Advantages and disadvantages of living in a rented... • My home has been robbed. • ► marzo (14) • Would you like to go Abroad? • Description of a landscape • Discrimination • Madrid • Young people shuld do voluntary work • Young Pople Should Do Voluntary Work • Do you Think Recycling is Important ? • Going Abroad • London • do you like going abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad?• ▼ 2009 (146)
  13. 13. • ► diciembre (31) • Merry christmas ... • Silent Night. • All I Want for Christmas • Wolverine • Miguel Ángel Silvestre "El duque" • John Lennons Biography • BOB MARLEY. A Biography. • A Hard Situation. A story.• ► octubre (1)• ► junio (14)• ▼ mayo (27) • Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Flat • How to Prepare an ERASMUS. • HOARDINGS INVASION • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF LIVING IN A RENTED... • Do Animals Have really Got Emotional Lives • My Favourite Music • A Trip to the Canary Islands • What I Would Like to Become • My Perfect Mate • INTERACTIVE HOARDINGS • Advertising • Tv Commercials • Queen • Velázquez. Great Artists. • THE BEATLES • Famous Animals There are famous ... • ANIMALS EXPERIENCE EMOTIONS • CLASSICAL MUSIC • More about MUSIC. • Animals and Cinema
  14. 14. • Music: Simple Plan • Animals • MY GRANDMOTHER • Music • Do Animals really have Emotional Lives • My Mice • Real Ambitions • ► abril (17) • ► marzo (36) • ► febrero (11) • ► enero (9) • ► 2008 (31) • ► diciembre (9) • ► noviembre (14) • ► octubre (1) • ► marzo (2) • ► febrero (5)Contribuyentes • DANIEL • Carlos Gx • iris • Tzuelo • mario gª • LAURA L. • Rubto • paquito • David • david • Rakel • inere
  15. 15. • Elena • carloslarra • pimpollo • lara • MauDr77 • Lucía • cArLoS4yOu • Cire • la rubia • Quevedo • pedroj.martinez • i.vela • Oscar Alejandro • MaRCeLa • Rosa • César • lopes89 • bruja • borjaAdvantages and Disadvantages of Living in a FlatI think that living in a flat is better than living in a house, because you can clean it faster and it can bevery cosy. We have neighbours and we can count on them.On the other hand, the walls in a flat are very thin and unfortunately you can listen to your neighbours.You have to respect them because living in a community it is supposed that there should be some rulesto be respected, such as not to make any noise after 10:00, or not ot use any electric appliances at night,etc.In conclusion, I think that living in a flat has more disadvantages than advantages, but, at the moment,we can´t afford to buy a house, because we have great difficulties in paying our mortgage for a smallflat.Publicado por cristina enEtiquetas: Renting a flat1 comentarios:lara dijo...
  16. 16. Your opinion is the same as mine, I think liviving in a flat is better than living in the house but the disadvantage is the mortage we have to pay. 12 de junio de 2009 12:58Publicar un comentario en la entradaif (window[tickAboveFold]) {window[tickAboveFold](document.getElementById("latency-3703807557592413827")); } Entrada más reciente Entradaantigua Página principalSuscribirse a: Enviar comentarios (Atom) •Archivo del blog • ► 2010 (42) • ► agosto (1) • To my English teacher • ► junio (24) • My Holiday This Summer • On Holiday • Difference Between UK and US English • A visit to Madrid • description of Dracula • Change of time • Go to Shanghai • Expressions of Time • Viaje a la Alcarria • Communication • The news • An unexpected accident • THE USE OF MOBILE PHONE FOR CHILDREN • The Last Book I Have Read.
  17. 17. • A BICYCLE. • My Ideal Holiday • Should children under 13 have mobile phone? • Mobile phone • Some people believe that children under the age of... • An Inusual Experience with a Mobile Phone • CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13 • My ideal holiday • My Ideal Holiday • My Ideal Holiday • ► abril (3) • The last book I have read • Advantages and disadvantages of living in a rented... • My home has been robbed. • ► marzo (14) • Would you like to go Abroad? • Description of a landscape • Discrimination • Madrid • Young people shuld do voluntary work • Young Pople Should Do Voluntary Work • Do you Think Recycling is Important ? • Going Abroad • London • do you like going abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad?• ▼ 2009 (146) • ► diciembre (31) • Merry christmas ...
  18. 18. • Silent Night. • All I Want for Christmas • Wolverine • Miguel Ángel Silvestre "El duque" • John Lennons Biography • BOB MARLEY. A Biography. • A Hard Situation. A story.• ► octubre (1)• ► junio (14)• ▼ mayo (27) • Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Flat • How to Prepare an ERASMUS. • HOARDINGS INVASION • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF LIVING IN A RENTED... • Do Animals Have really Got Emotional Lives • My Favourite Music • A Trip to the Canary Islands • What I Would Like to Become • My Perfect Mate • INTERACTIVE HOARDINGS • Advertising • Tv Commercials • Queen • Velázquez. Great Artists. • THE BEATLES • Famous Animals There are famous ... • ANIMALS EXPERIENCE EMOTIONS • CLASSICAL MUSIC • More about MUSIC. • Animals and Cinema • Music: Simple Plan • Animals
  19. 19. • MY GRANDMOTHER • Music • Do Animals really have Emotional Lives • My Mice • Real Ambitions • ► abril (17) • ► marzo (36) • ► febrero (11) • ► enero (9) • ► 2008 (31) • ► diciembre (9) • ► noviembre (14) • ► octubre (1) • ► marzo (2) • ► febrero (5)Contribuyentes • DANIEL • Carlos GxAdvantages and Disadvantages of Living in a FlatI think that living in a flat is better than living in a house, because you can clean it faster and it can bevery cosy. We have neighbours and we can count on them.On the other hand, the walls in a flat are very thin and unfortunately you can listen to your neighbours.You have to respect them because living in a community it is supposed that there should be some rulesto be respected, such as not to make any noise after 10:00, or not ot use any electric appliances at night,etc.In conclusion, I think that living in a flat has more disadvantages than advantages, but, at the moment,we can´t afford to buy a house, because we have great difficulties in paying our mortgage for a smallflat.Publicado por cristina enEtiquetas: Renting a flat1 comentarios:
  20. 20. lara dijo... Your opinion is the same as mine, I think liviving in a flat is better than living in the house but the disadvantage is the mortage we have to pay. 12 de junio de 2009 12:58Publicar un comentario en la entradaif (window[tickAboveFold]) {window[tickAboveFold](document.getElementById("latency-3703807557592413827")); } Entrada más reciente Entradaantigua Página principalSuscribirse a: Enviar comentarios (Atom) •Archivo del blog • ► 2010 (42) • ► agosto (1) • To my English teacher • ► junio (24) • My Holiday This Summer • On Holiday • Difference Between UK and US English • A visit to Madrid • description of Dracula • Change of time • Go to Shanghai • Expressions of Time • Viaje a la Alcarria • Communication • The news • An unexpected accident • THE USE OF MOBILE PHONE FOR CHILDREN
  21. 21. • The Last Book I Have Read. • A BICYCLE. • My Ideal Holiday • Should children under 13 have mobile phone? • Mobile phone • Some people believe that children under the age of... • An Inusual Experience with a Mobile Phone • CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13 • My ideal holiday • My Ideal Holiday • My Ideal Holiday • ► abril (3) • The last book I have read • Advantages and disadvantages of living in a rented... • My home has been robbed. • ► marzo (14) • Would you like to go Abroad? • Description of a landscape • Discrimination • Madrid • Young people shuld do voluntary work • Young Pople Should Do Voluntary Work • Do you Think Recycling is Important ? • Going Abroad • London • do you like going abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad? • Would you like to go abroad?• ▼ 2009 (146) • ► diciembre (31)
  22. 22. • Merry christmas ... • Silent Night. • All I Want for Christmas • Wolverine • Miguel Ángel Silvestre "El duque" • John Lennons Biography • BOB MARLEY. A Biography. • A Hard Situation. A story.• ► octubre (1)• ► junio (14)• ▼ mayo (27) • Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Flat • How to Prepare an ERASMUS. • HOARDINGS INVASION • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF LIVING IN A RENTED... • Do Animals Have really Got Emotional Lives • My Favourite Music • A Trip to the Canary Islands • What I Would Like to Become • My Perfect Mate • INTERACTIVE HOARDINGS • Advertising • Tv Commercials • Queen • Velázquez. Great Artists. • THE BEATLES • Famous Animals There are famous ... • ANIMALS EXPERIENCE EMOTIONS • CLASSICAL MUSIC • More about MUSIC. • Animals and Cinema • Music: Simple Plan
  23. 23. • Animals • MY GRANDMOTHER • Music • Do Animals really have Emotional Lives • My Mice • Real Ambitions • ► abril (17) • ► mDarbas:During the short time of period I would like top speak about what is better to live in a flat or in a house.I will try to consider good and bad points about living in both. Also I will try to express my opinionwhat is better flat or a house and opinion about what is the future perspectives on accommodation inLithuania. And finally I will try to give you short summarize about all my speech. Firstly, I would liketo speak about living in a flat. Living in Object 4a flat there is and negative ant positives aspects. Speaking about negatives aspects I should say thatliving in a flat is not so comfortable like living in your own house as you have to be quiet since eleveno’clock, you can’t do what you want as you have to take account of your neighbors, also if you areliving in a flat you can’t have your flower garden as it would be also and your neighbors, and finallyyou can’t enjoy going in your garden or in terrace as in a flat you can’t have it. But when it comesabout positives aspects about living in a flat I should say that people you doesn’t like working in gardenor just being quiet and alone there really should choose to live in a flat as you don’t have any problemsabout that. Secondly, I would speak about living in house negatives and positives aspects, when itcomes about negatives I don’t have what to say... Maybe just people you are lazy can’t live as you haveto take care all surrounding of you house and just try that it would be niceand clean. But, if you asked me what are the positives aspects of living in a house then I really shouldsay that living in your own house is much more comfortable then living in a flat, as you can dowhenever you want listen to music as loud as you want and have your own garden, terrace, where youcan sit every evening with you friends ant just have a good time. Speaking about accommodation inLithuania, I believe that in Lithuania people living in a flat level will grow noticeable. As Lithuanianpeople more and more is moving to a big city from the small, to a flat from the house. As the level ofsmall countries are decreasing. Also in these times to live ion a flat is much better then it was beforeten years. As the flats in big cities become more modernize and much more comfortable, now in new
  24. 24. flats is big balconies which are like small terraces ant all flat is well planed and looks quiet well. Ofcourse living in a flat is much cheaper then in the house and it is good that you live in the city as youdon’t have to go long way that you could buy something. To sum up, I should say that I better preferliving in a house then living in a flat because I used to lived in a house and for me it was much morecomfortable and better than living in a flat. But there are many people you wouldn’t agree with me. SoI can say that people chose where the have to live by them needs, and everyone needs are different so itis very hard to mane a good choice. That is all what I could say, I hope you enjoyed my speech, I havedone my best. If you have any questions I would be pleased to answEverybody has to decide where he or she would like to live. Would it be a house or a flat?I think that this decision depends on the financial situation of the individual. Young people who are stillstudying or finished the school only recently don’t have money to buy a house. Therefore, they usuallylive with their parents or rent a small flat with one or two rooms, if they are lucky they can get a flatwith three rooms. Young people are more adaptive and so they don’t mind living in a flat so much, Ithink. A flat starts to be a little uncomfortable when young people want to start a family of their own.This is the time when they start to look for a way to get a bigger flat or a house. In a house, family hasmore space for its members; children can play in the garden or by the house and don’t have to play onthe street, where there is traffic.The main advantage of living in a flat is that flats are not so expensive and usually situated in a town,so everything is near and handy. There are all the shops, offices, many places where to go when youwant to have fun, many friends.On the other hand, when you rent a flat, it is not your possession. You can have neighbours you do notlike, they can be noisy, nosy, watching you where are you going, how often… They are so close andthere is nothing you can do about it.Houses are more spacious, but also much more expensive.An average flat has a small hall. From this hall you can usually go to every room in the house. Kitchenis quite small too, with a cooker and several kitchen counters. There is a place for the table and chairs.If you are lucky, you can fit also a fridge there. The toilet and bathroom can be separated or be situatedin one room. Because the kitchen, bathroom and the toilet are so small, people often re-build them,according to their own wishes. Of course, this happens only after an agreement with the council orowner of the flat. The other rooms are in general big enough. In the living room, there is usually a sofa,couple of armchairs, a coffee table. The television cannot be missing. In every living room, there areshelves, cabinets filled with porcelain or other decorations, sometimes flowers.A house is more spacious, with many rooms. Usually there are at least two bedrooms, some room orrooms for children, a big living room, a kitchen with a junk-room, two bathrooms and of course anattic. In the house, there can be as well a cellar, as there is surely a garden outside, so there is a placewhere to store the vegetables and fruits from it. Some big houses have a laundry. Nowadays, nearlyeveryone has a car so there is certainly a garage by the house. The problem is that it is very difficult toown a house. The easier way of getting a house is to win a lottery or inherit after a rich relative whohad a lot of money or a big nice house.There are other ways of getting a house too. People can take a mortgage form a bank, or simply borrowthe money they need and pay back every month, but than they have to pay also the interest payments.
  25. 25. There are several types of houses and flats in Slovakia. An apartment is a set of rooms that are usuallyall on the same level and are a part of larger building. Council flat (or house) is owned by the counciland the people who live there pay a rent. Condominium is a building, where the people who live thereown the flats. Detached house is a house standing by itself. It isn’t joined to another house and usuallyhas a garden. Most of the houses in Slovakia are detached houses. Semi-detached house is a house thatshares one side of the house with another. Terraced houses are more houses built in a row, which arejoined together side by side. Cottage is a small house, usually built somewhere in the country, by theforest. Bungalow is a house built with only one storey.Nowadays many shops make the upholstering easy. For example, you can choose if you want carpets,or wood parquets. There are many types of both floorings. Furniture like wardrobes, tables, chairs canbe bought from the shop or made-to-order exactly according to your wishes. There is a great deal ofsofas and armchairs to choose from as well. Lightning can be built in, or hanging from the wall orstanding on the ground. And of course we cannot forget all the electronics like the television, radio,computer, video, DVD player, the kitchen robots, microwave, etc.A stylish house would have leather sofas, no carpets, television with big flat screen, built in lights,maybe a small bookcase, some shelves full of decorations like candles, surely a hi-fi stereo system anda rack full of compact discs with music. A full-equipped kitchen would be a matter of course.One who has the money and want to furnish and equip his house well can choose from many houseaccessories. In the kitchen, it would be a dishwasher, microwave, oven with hot air system, big fridgeand freezer, modern table and chairs and all the kitchen counters. The bathroom would have a bigcomfortable bathtub, shower, basin, toilet, bidet, efficient washing machine, and drier.The house of my dreams would be situated in a quiet village near a bigger town. It would have a largegarden separated in two parts. One part would be a vegetable garden, where I could grow all thevegetables and fruits. The second part would have many fruit trees, some chestnut trees, with a placewhere I could hold parties with my friends and family. The house itself would have two storeys and anattic. All the rooms in it would be spacious and bright. The kitchen and the living room would be on theground floor and would be fully equipped. Between these two rooms, there would be a big woodenstaircase. Upstairs there would be a big bathroom and three bedrooms, one for me and my husband andtwo for our children. In the attic, I would have a library and a place for my hobbies. And there wouldbe pots with plants and flowers all over the house.Podobné referáty House or flat?INÉ2.94601183 slovPridať názorDiskusia k referátu [0]K tomuto referátu zatiaľ neboli pridané žiadne diskusné príspevky. Neváhajte a vyjarite svoj názor.Pridajte prvý diskusný príspevok práve vy. [+]Object5Aktuálne, Katalóg firiem, Dnes, Mapy, Cestovné poriadky, E-mail, Žena, Wanda.sk, Magazín,Automix, Lepšie bývanie, Showbiz, Referáty, Blogy, Menu, Počasie, Slovníky, Súťaže, Pohladnice,TV program, Zľavy, Horoskopy, Testy, Receptár
  26. 26. Centrum.skKontaktyVoľné miestaO náscentrumholdings.comCopyright © 2000-2011 centrumholdings.com - všetky práva vyhradené. Publikovanie alebo šírenieobsahu je zakázané bez predchádzajúceho súhlaUpozorniť | Uložiť referát | E-mail autoroviEverybody has to decide where he or she would like to live. Would it be a house or a flat?I think that this decision depends on the financial situation of the individual. Young people who are stillstudying or finished the school only recently don’t have money to buy a house. Therefore, they usuallylive with their parents or rent a small flat with one or two rooms, if they are lucky they can get a flatwith three rooms. Young people are more adaptive and so they don’t mind living in a flat so much, Ithink. A flat starts to be a little uncomfortable when young people want to start a family of their own.This is the time when they start to look for a way to get a bigger flat or a house. In a house, family hasmore space for its members; children can play in the garden or by the house and don’t have to play onthe street, where there is traffic.The main advantage of living in a flat is that flats are not so expensive and usually situated in a town,so everything is near and handy. There are all the shops, offices, many places where to go when youwant to have fun, many friends.On the other hand, when you rent a flat, it is not your possession. You can have neighbours you do notlike, they can be noisy, nosy, watching you where are you going, how often… They are so close andthere is nothing you can do about it.Houses are more spacious, but also much more expensive.An average flat has a small hall. From this hall you can usually go to every room in the house. Kitchenis quite small too, with a cooker and several kitchen counters. There is a place for the table and chairs.If you are lucky, you can fit also a fridge there. The toilet and bathroom can be separated or be situatedin one room. Because the kitchen, bathroom and the toilet are so small, people often re-build them,according to their own wishes. Of course, this happens only after an agreement with the council orowner of the flat. The other rooms are in general big enough. In the living room, there is usually a sofa,couple of armchairs, a coffee table. The television cannot be missing. In every living room, there areshelves, cabinets filled with porcelain or other decorations, sometimes flowers.A house is more spacious, with many rooms. Usually there are at least two bedrooms, some room orrooms for children, a big living room, a kitchen with a junk-room, two bathrooms and of course anattic. In the house, there can be as well a cellar, as there is surely a garden outside, so there is a placewhere to store the vegetables and fruits from it. Some big houses have a laundry. Nowadays, nearlyeveryone has a car so there is certainly a garage by the house. The problem is that it is very difficult toown a house. The easier way of getting a house is to win a lottery or inherit after a rich relative whohad a lot of money or a big nice house.There are other ways of getting a house too. People can take a mortgage form a bank, or simply borrow
  27. 27. the money they need and pay back every month, but than they have to pay also the interest payments.There are several types of houses and flats in Slovakia. An apartment is a set of rooms that are usuallyall on the same level and are a part of larger building. Council flat (or house) is owned by the counciland the people who live there pay a rent. Condominium is a building, where the people who live thereown the flats. Detached house is a house standing by itself. It isn’t joined to another house and usuallyhas a garden. Most of the houses in Slovakia are detached houses. Semi-detached house is a house thatshares one side of the house with another. Terraced houses are more houses built in a row, which arejoined together side by side. Cottage is a small house, usually built somewhere in the country, by theforest. Bungalow is a house built with only one storey.Nowadays many shops make the upholstering easy. For example, you can choose if you want carpets,or wood parquets. There are many types of both floorings. Furniture like wardrobes, tables, chairs canbe bought from the shop or made-to-order exactly according to your wishes. There is a great deal ofsofas and armchairs to choose from as well. Lightning can be built in, or hanging from the wall orstanding on the ground. And of course we cannot forget all the electronics like the television, radio,computer, video, DVD player, the kitchen robots, microwave, etc.A stylish house would have leather sofas, no carpets, television with big flat screen, built in lights,maybe a small bookcase, some shelves full of decorations like candles, surely a hi-fi stereo system anda rack full of compact discs with music. A full-equipped kitchen would be a matter of course.One who has the money and want to furnish and equip his house well can choose from many houseaccessories. In the kitchen, it would be a dishwasher, microwave, oven with hot air system, big fridgeand freezer, modern table and chairs and all the kitchen counters. The bathroom would have a bigcomfortable bathtub, shower, basin, toilet, bidet, efficient washing machine, and drier.The house of my dreams would be situated in a quiet village near a bigger town. It would have a largegarden separated in two parts. One part would be a vegetable garden, where I could grow all thevegetables and fruits. The second part would have many fruit trees, some chestnut trees, with a placewhere I could hold parties with my friends and family. The house itself would have two storeys and anattic. All the rooms in it would be spacious and bright. The kitchen and the living room would be on theground floor and would be fully equipped. Between these two rooms, there would be a big woodenstaircase. Upstairs there would be a big bathroom and three bedrooms, one for me and my husband andtwo for our children. In the attic, I would have a library and a place for my hobbies. And there wouldbe pots with plants and flowers all over the house.Podobné referáty House or flat?INÉ2.94601183 slovPridať názorDiskusia k referátu [0]K tomuto referátu zatiaľ neboli pridané žiadne diskusné príspevky. Neváhajte a vyjarite svoj názor.Pridajte prvý diskusný príspevok práve vy. [+]Object6Aktuálne, Katalóg firiem, Dnes, Mapy, Cestovné poriadky, E-mail, Žena, Wanda.sk, Magazín,Automix, Lepšie bývanie, Showbiz, Referáty, Blogy, Menu, Počasie, Slovníky, Súťaže, Pohladnice,
  28. 28. TV program, Zľavy, Horoskopy, Testy, ReceptárCentrum.skKontaktyVoľné miestaO náscentrumholdings.comCopyright © 2000-2011 centrumholdings.com - všetky práva vyhradené. Publikovanie alebo šírenieobsahu je zakázané bez predchádzajúceho súhlasu.var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src=" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.jstype=text/javascript%3E%3C/script%3E"));var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-6466534-3");pageTracker._setDomainName(".atlas.sk");pageTracker._trackPageview(); Object7Upozorniť | Uložiť referát | E-mailEverybody has to decide where he or she would like to live. Would it be a house or a flat?I think that this decision depends on the financial situation of the individual. Young people who are stillstudying or finished the school only recently don’t have money to buy a house. Therefore, they usuallylive with their parents or rent a small flat with one or two rooms, if they are lucky they can get a flatwith three rooms. Young people are more adaptive and so they don’t mind living in a flat so much, Ithink. A flat starts to be a little uncomfortable when young people want to start a family of their own.This is the time when they start to look for a way to get a bigger flat or a house. In a house, family hasmore space for its members; children can play in the garden or by the house and don’t have to play onthe street, where there is traffic.The main advantage of living in a flat is that flats are not so expensive and usually situated in a town,so everything is near and handy. There are all the shops, offices, many places where to go when youwant to have fun, many friends.On the other hand, when you rent a flat, it is not your possession. You can have neighbours you do notlike, they can be noisy, nosy, watching you where are you going, how often… They are so close andthere is nothing you can do about it.Houses are more spacious, but also much more expensive.An average flat has a small hall. From this hall you can usually go to every room in the house. Kitchenis quite small too, with a cooker and several kitchen counters. There is a place for the table and chairs.If you are lucky, you can fit also a fridge there. The toilet and bathroom can be separated or be situatedin one room. Because the kitchen, bathroom and the toilet are so small, people often re-build them,according to their own wishes. Of course, this happens only after an agreement with the council orowner of the flat. The other rooms are in general big enough. In the living room, there is usually a sofa,couple of armchairs, a coffee table. The television cannot be missing. In every living room, there areshelves, cabinets filled with porcelain or other decorations, sometimes flowers.A house is more spacious, with many rooms. Usually there are at least two bedrooms, some room or
  29. 29. rooms for children, a big living room, a kitchen with a junk-room, two bathrooms and of course anattic. In the house, there can be as well a cellar, as there is surely a garden outside, so there is a placewhere to store the vegetables and fruits from it. Some big houses have a laundry. Nowadays, nearlyeveryone has a car so there is certainly a garage by the house. The problem is that it is very difficult toown a house. The easier way of getting a house is to win a lottery or inherit after a rich relative whohad a lot of money or a big nice house.There are other ways of getting a house too. People can take a mortgage form a bank, or simply borrowthe money they need and pay back every month, but than they have to pay also the interest payments.There are several types of houses and flats in Slovakia. An apartment is a set of rooms that are usuallyall on the same level and are a part of larger building. Council flat (or house) is owned by the counciland the people who live there pay a rent. Condominium is a building, where the people who live thereown the flats. Detached house is a house standing by itself. It isn’t joined to another house and usuallyhas a garden. Most of the houses in Slovakia are detached houses. Semi-detached house is a house thatshares one side of the house with another. Terraced houses are more houses built in a row, which arejoined together side by side. Cottage is a small house, usually built somewhere in the country, by theforest. Bungalow is a house built with only one storey.Nowadays many shops make the upholstering easy. For example, you can choose if you want carpets,or wood parquets. There are many types of both floorings. Furniture like wardrobes, tables, chairs canbe bought from the shop or made-to-order exactly according to your wishes. There is a great deal ofsofas and armchairs to choose from as well. Lightning can be built in, or hanging from the wall orstanding on the ground. And of course we cannot forget all the electronics like the television, radio,computer, video, DVD player, the kitchen robots, microwave, etc.A stylish house would have leather sofas, no carpets, television with big flat screen, built in lights,maybe a small bookcase, some shelves full of decorations like candles, surely a hi-fi stereo system anda rack full of compact discs with music. A full-equipped kitchen would be a matter of course.One who has the money and want to furnish and equip his house well can choose from many houseaccessories. In the kitchen, it would be a dishwasher, microwave, oven with hot air system, big fridgeand freezer, modern table and chairs and all the kitchen counters. The bathroom would have a bigcomfortable bathtub, shower, basin, toilet, bidet, efficient washing machine, and drier.The house of my dreams would be situated in a quiet village near a bigger town. It would have a largegarden separated in two parts. One part would be a vegetable garden, where I could grow all thevegetables and fruits. The second part would have many fruit trees, some chestnut trees, with a placewhere I could hold parties with my friends and family. The house itself would have two storeys and anattic. All the rooms in it would be spacious and bright. The kitchen and the living room would be on theground floor and would be fully equipped. Between these two rooms, there would be a big woodenstaircase. Upstairs there would be a big bathroom and three bedrooms, one for me and my husband andtwo for our children. In the attic, I would have a library and a place for my hobbies. And there wouldbe pots with plants and flowers all over the house.Podobné referáty House or flat?INÉ2.94601183 slovPridať názorDiskusia k referátu [0]K tomuto referátu zatiaľ neboli pridané žiadne diskusné príspevky. Neváhajte a vyjarite svoj názor.
  30. 30. Pridajte prvý diskusný príspevok práve vy. [+]Object8Aktuálne, Katalóg firiem, Dnes, Mapy, Cestovné poriadky, E-mail, Žena, Wanda.sk, Magazín,Automix, Lepšie bývanie, Showbiz, Referáty, Blogy, Menu, Počasie, Slovníky, Súťaže, Pohladnice,TV program, Zľavy, Horoskopy, Testy, ReceptárCentrum.skKontaktyVoľné miestaO náscentrumholdings.comCopyright © 2000-2011 centrumholdings.com - všetky práva vyhradené. Publikovanie alebo šírenieobsahu je zakázané bez predchádzajúceho súhlasu.var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src=" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.jstype=text/javascript%3E%3C/script%3E"));var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-6466534-3");pageTracker._setDomainName(".atlas.sk");pageTracker._trackPageview(); Object9Atgal

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