Types of houses, parts of a house and…around a house…

czyli zagrajcie w wisielca i sprawdźcie swoją wiedzę z zakresu słownictwa dotyczącego rodzajów domów i domu jako takiego.

Wciąż nie znasz niektórych słów? Poniżej przedtawiamy listę wszystkich słów z ćwiczenia wraz z ich definicjami i znaczeniem:

staircase – it links different levels (floors) of a building; you use it when there is no a lift (klatka schodowa)
fence – it surrounds the house and the garden (płot, ogrodzenie)
gate – you open it if you want to access someone’s property (brama, furtka)
bungalow – a house without stairs inside and having only one storey (dom parterowy)
roof – without this in your house, you could sleep under the sky (dach)
attic – a part of a house which is directly under a roof; garret (strych, poddasze)
shutters – they cover the window and prevent sunlight from getting into the house (okiennice)
chalet – a house in the mountains, common in Alpine regions (domek w górach)
flat – you live in this if you don’t live in a house (mieszkanie)
cottage – a small simple house, usually in a rural area (dom wiejski)
garage – it’s good to own this if you’ve got a car; a house for your car (garaż)
yard – American word for ‘garden’ (ogród)
driveway – a private road connecting a garage with a public road (podjazd… zwykle do garażu)
chimney – a top part of a house through which all the fumes and gases are let out (komin)
basement – a part of a house which is partly or wholly underground (piwnica, suterena)

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