لغات مورد نیاز در رابطه با شهر و محل زندگی
1. We left home and set up house together in another part of town. (infml)
2. The first thing you must do is to find some accommodation.
3. The town has 20000 inhabitants.
4. Are you resident in the UK.
5. I haven’t met my next-door neighbour.
6. I am native of London.
7. If you get lost, ask one of the locals.
8. Homelessness is a growing problem in inner-city areas.
9. A lot of people / homeless sleep rough / live rough in cardboard boxes.
10. The families were evicted for not paying the rent.
11. We’re moving house next week.
12. We must vacate the flat by the end of the year.
13. We haven’t met the people who have moved in next door.
14. We have got used to a better standard of living.
15. Some people live on bread and water.
16. In most big towns, there is a commercial centre.
17. People who prefer the countryside to big towns often say towns are noisy, dirty and polluted, stressful, and crowded; however, the countryside is quiet and peaceful, clean; calm and relaxing, and has lots of open space and is safe.
18. Everyday, particularly in the rush-hour, we are / get stuck in a traffic jam.
19. The streets get so packed with traffic that travel is very slow or even comes to astandstill.
20. This is really stressful for commuters who travel to work in the town..
21. Vandalism is one of the major problems of big cities.
22. He grew up in the East London slums.
23. A picturesque new England village in the fall.
24. These are a lot of historic buildings in the village.
25. I’ve had a pretty hectic social life.
26. In big towns, you can see a continual bustle of people coming and going.
27. It is a run-down inner-city area.
28. A lot of people are moving out of rural areas to urban areas.
29. It’s a citiy of six million inhabitants / citizens.
30. The (whole) town was on the streets.
31. We’re moving downtown.
32. Which part of town district do you live in?
33. Many people live in the suburbs and travel to work in the centre of town.
34. I live on the outskirts of Bradford.
35. We lived on the other side of the square.