Elementary. Present. Describing my house

This episode teaches you how to talk about your house, considering structure and language items at the Elementary and Pre-Intermediate levels. First listen, and then read the transcript. Finally, try to describe your house!

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4 thoughts on “Elementary. Present. Describing my house”

  1. Hello, Luna! Thanks for your comment! <3 It's interesting. "Hoover" is a word in American English for "vacuum cleaner" and yes, it comes from a make, a brand, like many other words we use every day! The interesting thing is that language change may have brought a preference now for the word every body uses in many different countries. This happens at times because a make disappears and people forget about it.
    Have a nice day! 🙂

  2. Hey there! Cool podcast. I lived for a long time in the US and never heard the term “hoover” to talk about a vacuum cleaner (that’s just a brand’s name). I know that’s how it’s called in England and other places. We just called it vacuum or vacuum cleaner. 🙂

  3. Hi, Jorge.
    This podcast is for different levels. It’s mostly for advanced students, yes. That’s on purpose (intencionado). But I have included a segment (Elementary/Pre-intermediate) for elementary & pre-intermediate students, yes. Because it helps them with their speaking tasks.
    Have a nice day!

  4. I love your site… I have been looking for some materials and some of them are too advanced or too artificial or unlikely situations. Your podcast seems to have the things a basic English learner needs.

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