My family and I live in Rostov-on-Don. We live in ... street. Our house is modem (old), it has ... floors. Our flat is on the ... floor. There is a (no) lift in our house. There are ... rooms in our flat. The living-room is rather large. There is a carpet on the floor. There is a wall unit in the living-room. There are two arm-chairs, a sofa and a small round table in the room. In the right-hand corner there is a TV and a video. In my parent's bedroom there is a double bed with bedside stands, a wardrobe and a dressing table with a mirror.
I have my own room. It is very cosy and I like it very much. There is a sofa, a desk with a lamp on it, a wardrobe, an arm-chair and a chest of drawers in my room. There is a rug on the floor. There is a bookcase in my room where I keep my books and textbooks. I like music very much, so there is a cassette-recorder and a CD-player in my room.
We have all modem conveniences in our flat. We have gas, central heating, hot and cold running water. We also have some modem electric appliances. They make our life more comfortable. We have a refrigerator and a microwave oven in the kitchen. In the bathroom there is a washing machine. We also have a vacuum-cleaner to do the rooms.
We like our flat very much. It is very cosy and comfortable. It is so pleasant to come here in the evening after the working day. “There is no place like home”. English-men say. And I agree with this statement. Of course, “home” is not only a flat or a house, but also the people who live there and the atmosphere of love, friendship and mutual understanding, which is so dear to us.