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Speaking What is the difference between a house and a flat?

Discussion in 'IELTS Forum' started by shopnil, May 24, 2019.

  1. shopnil

    shopnil New Member

    What is the difference between a house and a flat?

    Answer :
    A house is always going to be closer to nature while a flat is rather an urbanized solution to accommodate large number city-dwellers. the flat offers more privacy and security while living in a house has added advantages of living close to nature and having a spacious personal environment.
  2. John Brooke

    John Brooke New Member

    Generally in the English speaking world a house is self contained dwelling with its own individual entrance from the street. It can be completely separated from neigbourring houses or it can share both walls with its neigbours.

    A flat is a term more common in the UK and generally means a small apartment in a building.


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