1. Tell me about the kind of accommodation you live in.

I live in a house that has a living room, a kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a small garden. It's not a very big house, but it's just right for me.

2. How long have you lived there?

I've lived there for about five years. It's the first house that I've owned; before that I was renting an apartment.

3. What do you like about living there?

I like living there because I think the house reflects my personality: I decorated it myself, I chose all the furniture, and everything is where I want it to be.

4. What sort of accommodation would you most like to live in?

If I could, I'd buy a bigger house near a beach or in the mountains, preferably somewhere with a warm climate.


1. What is your favorite room?

Well, I live with my parents in a four-storey detached house in Van Phu Urban Area, Hadong district, Hanoi, and even though it has quite a few really nice rooms, I like my bed room the most. It's because it's where I spend most of my time resting and working. You know, I can not only sleep there comfortably in a king-size bed but also do whatever I want without disturbing other people. You know, playing loud music, watching movies or singing out loud at name it!

2. How would you like to change your room?

Humm, I'm really satisfied with what I have in my room, but if I had money, I would repaint my room light green so that I can have the feeling of being close to the nature and maybe buy a big desk placed near the window at which I can work comfortably and enjoy the view of my garden.

3. Who do you live with now?

As I've said before, I live with my parents.

4. What is your accommodation like?

As I've mentioned above, it's a detached house that has four floors, six bed rooms, four bathrooms, one kitchen and one living room. It also has a garage where my parents and I park our cars and motorbikes and a small garden where we plant some flowers and herbs.