17 January: IELTS Speaking Topic- Describe a house or apartment you would like to live in.

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Describe a house or apartment you would like to live in.

Q- Describe a house or apartment you would like to live in.

You should say:

  • What is it?
  • Where would it be?
  • Why would you like to live in this house/apartment?
  • And how do you feel about this house/apartment?

Ans– Today, I would like to talk about my dream apartment that I have been planning for since long. Well, everyone wants to live in their perfect home. In a similar vein, I’ve always wanted to live in a home near a stream in the country so that I could make use of the natural surroundings. Instead of living in an apartment, I would prefer a house because I could design it whatever I wanted. It will be tough for me to live in a flat with other people from my family and my cat, and the house is also bigger than an apartment, allowing me to keep my dog there. Therefore, I believe that owning a home is a wonderful choice for me. This is not possible in an apartment since my daughter enjoys playing football and I enjoy gardening, and I believe that if I build a house, it will have enough area for a garden where I can plant several flowering plants as well as grape vines. I’ll be able to see vegetation everywhere. Therefore, I am forced by this to live in a house rather than a flat. I lose myself in daydreams whenever I imagine my ideal home. I believe the day will come when I shall reside in one of these homes. Despite the fact that I currently reside in a home, I am unable to play football with my daughter or tend to my garden there because there isn’t a backyard. Because of this, I am motivated to develop a modern home with many amenities.

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