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Student B. Your friend has recently moved from the house in picture A to the house in picture B. Ask her/him about the experience. You may want to ask about: • • • • • • • hows/he found the new house whys/he moved when s/he moved the problems of moving what needs to be done to the new house the neighbours and the people in the village the differences between living in tl1e country and the city Writing Task Write to a friend describing your recent experience moving in to the house in the picture above OR die house/flat you now live in.

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