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Types of residential property

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Types of residential property


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a house ‘They live in a three-bedroom house.’

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a detached house ‘We live in a detached house with a small garden.’

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a semi-detached house ‘We live in a semi-detached house with neighbours on one side.’

American English = ‘a duplex’

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a flat ‘I’m in the process of buying a flat.’

Has the same meaning as ‘an apartment’

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a bungalow ‘I can’t decide whether to buy a bungalow or an apartment.’

American English = ‘a ranch house’
Your score Vocabulary, Audio, Example sentence / notes

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a house
‘They live in a three-bedroom house.’

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a detached house
‘We live in a detached house with a small garden.’

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a semi-detached house
‘We live in a semi-detached house with neighbours on one side.’

American English = ‘a duplex’

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a flat
‘I’m in the process of buying a flat.’

Has the same meaning as ‘an apartment’

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a bungalow
‘I can’t decide whether to buy a bungalow or an apartment.’

American English = ‘a ranch house’


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