Posts Tagged With ‘Architecture’

  1. The food discounted store in Lambeth

    I start to practise my listening after the IELTS exam again today with the BBC news reports. I found it very useful both for the listening ability and speaking skills after a month practise long ago, so I pick it up again. In this post, I select the news about the the Borough of Lambeth, which is […]

  2. IELTS Speaking topic: Hometown

    1. What’s (the name of) your hometown (again)? 2. Is that a big city or a small town? 3. Please describe your hometown a little. 4. How long have you been living there? 5. Do you like your hometown? 6. Do you like living there? 7. What do you like (most) about your hometown? 8. […]

  3. Stonehenge

    Stonehenge is probably one of the most recognised sites in the world. Once people see a picture of Stonehenge, the image probably rings a bell even if they might not know exactly what it is. As a matter of fact, Stonehenge is a monument that dates back to prehistoric times. It can be found on […]

  4. English conservatories

    A conservatory is an extension or room that is usually attached to one side of the house using glass roof and walls. It is known by other names including greenhouse, sun-room, and solarium, among others. By Britain standards, a structure is considered a conservatory if at least half of its side wall area is glazed […]

  5. Roller garage doors for English cottage houses

    Roller garage doors are probably one of the household structures that will not be usually associated with English cottage houses. The reason for this is obvious. An English cottage denotes some distant time while garage doors are fairly modern additions to home structures. English cottage houses seem to leap out from story books, postcards, and […]