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Describe the house you live in

IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card 465 with Model Answer:

Describe the house you live in.

You should say:
  • what type of house it is
  • how many rooms it has
  • who live in this house with you
and explain what you like most about this house. 

[You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]


Model Answer:

Thank you very much for this excellent topic that asks me to describe the house where I live in. Well, I will try to depict it for you so that you get a realistic picture of our house.

As for the question, what type of house it is - it's a three-storey brick-built house that occupies a land area of about 3,000 square feet. It is an independent house, and its colour is pearl-white. We have a garden in front of it. The house was designed by a renowned architect in our city and later constructed by a real estate developer. The building looks simple, and yet it has a classy and beautiful outlook, or at least this is my impression of the house.

The ground floor of the house has a large parking area and a visitor area. Apart from that, it has two rooms for the security guard and the driver we have. We live on the first floor of the house that has four bedrooms, a large dining and waiting room, and a moderately large kitchen. The 2nd floor of our house is resided by a tenant, and it is identical to our floor in terms of its design and structure.

This house belongs to my father, and I live in it with my family. My family consists of my parents, my grandmother, me and two of my siblings. We all live on the first floor and have rented out our 2nd floor, and they have eight family members in total.

They say that there is nothing better than your home and it is absolutely true. I like being in my house more than being anywhere else. But perhaps the people who make my family is a far more important aspect of it than the bricks, boundary, garden and furniture that have made up the house.

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