I live in a house that once was a brewery where… erm.. beer was made . Er.. it’s no longer made there but lots are drunk and.. erm yeah so lucky today I’m sober so I can tell you about my house.
Er.. we live in a village called Orset, erm.. about twenty miles east of London, in the county of Essex in England. Erm.. the house is quite small because it was built about two hundred and fifty years ago when people were smaller then, so I understand. Unfortunately, I’m six foot three, and I often bang my head, and erm…yeah, really the door frame should be made larger, or I should move, one of the two...erm.. We’ve yet to decide what to do. I’m just gonna have to live with bumps on my head at the moment.
The bedrooms ..erm… are three in number. Unfortunately the bathroom is on the ground floor. When I was a child, the bathroom was always on the first floor, so when I first moved there, it got a little bit confusing when I wanted to go to the toilet in the middle of the night. But, these things you have to live with, also with bumps on your head. So now I’m very careful when I wake up at night.
We have three bedrooms upstairs, bathroom, as I say, downstairs,…erm… a lounge and a dining room – both small, but ..erm.. comfortable and sunny. When it does…when the sun is out in England. Unfortunately a lot of the time it’s grey, so the rooms are grey, but it would be nice if it’s sunny…..
Brewery = cervecería
Sober = sobrio
County = condado
Six foot three = seis pies y tres pulgagadas (1, 88 m)
Bang my head = darse golpes en la cabeza
Door frame = marco de la puerta
To move = trasladarse
Gonna = going to
Bump = chichón
Ground floor = planta baja
A little bit = un poquito
Confusing = confuso
Careful = con cuidado