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houses are attached to each other in a long row. they are usually found in towns and cities and many were built in the 19th or early 20th century as houses for workmen. today, victorian terraced houses are very popular city homes. in earlier times, terraced houses were also called town houses. these
have three of four stories and very large rooms, and town houses are now very expensive and fashionable. in the 1930's a large number of semis were built. they share a central wall. typically, a semi has a small garden in front of it and a fence divides a larger garden at the back. semis are still
built where land is expensive. a detached house has land round it. more and more modern homes are detached, although in areas where building land is expensive, the houses may be very close to each other. country cottages are often old stone buildings which were part of a farm. some country cottages
are very old and they may have a thatched roof. today many people who work in the cities buy cottages so that they have a place to go for the weekend. a bungalow is house where all the rooms are on the ground floor. as there are no stairs, many older people dream of going to live in a bungalow when
they retire. a block of flats. in the 1950s and 1960s local councils cleared a lot of slums in the inner city areas and knocked down terraced houses in very poor areas. block of flats or tower blocks can vary from 3-5 storeys high up to 10-20 storeys high. each storey contains 5 or 6 flats for
families. but people don't like to live in them because there are many social problems. the country mansion. very few of the british live in country mansions. today many mansions are used as restaurants, hotels, old people's homes, etc. many british people are lucky enough to live in their own
homes, and the great majority of these have a small garden. however, housing is a problem in many cities. many young people have to live in, or share, small one-room flats called bed-sitter, and the homeless are still a problem. task 1. what do we call: l. a house in a row of houses which are all
joined together; 2. a house which stands alone and is not joined to any other; 3. a paved area near a house, used for eating outside; 4. a large country house with lands; 5. a low house, with a broad front porch, having either no upper floor or upper rooms set in the roof, typically with dormer
windows; 6. a house joined to another house on one side only by a common wall. 3аранее ! : з
like to do in your free time after the lessons? what is your hobby? .