Chatterbox #78 – Buying a home according to Harp

If you’ve ever bought a home, you know just how complicated it can be. And if you never have, here’s your chance to learn about the process… in English! Harp recently bought a condo, and in this episode, she tells us all about how she was looking for a place with character and what set the place she eventually bought apart from the others. For vocabulary and expressions related to buying a home, listen to this one!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • A house
  • Open concept
  • When it comes down to it
  • To have character
  • To luck out
  • To never want to step foot somewhere again
  • To put an offer in
  • To set something apart
  • To close the deal
  • A piece of cake
  • To cut costs
  • On top of it
  • A housewarming party
  • Don’t you worry

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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