Tuesday, 24 September 2013


Model Question: Describe my dream house.

I wonder whether I can afford to have this dream house.Most of my friends told me, “You can keep on dreaming”.I told myself if only I can dream now and own this house later,it would be good enough.So I braved myself and walked straight to the hotel balcony on the 16th floor.I could see the completed house and it is stunning.I  do not hesitate or have any more second thoughts.I told myself, “This is my real dream house”.
It is on the island about 10 acres big.The majestic house stood on the south-end of Pulau Langkawi island.I am delighted that this dream house is opposite the distinquished villa of my idol.He is none other than Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed.Who would  dream  to  have such a house opposite to the very well-known statesman.As I approach the island on which my dream house awaits,I catch a quick glimpse of it.It is huge,beautiful,mesmerizing and most noticeable.I walked through a heavily wooded path leading to my dream house.

I can see beautiful floras surrounding the house and some of the colourful bougivilla  plants were imported from beautiful  districts of Korea and Japan.It is now just 8.00 a.m in the morning ,it is rather peaceful and serene and  I could hear the sounds of birds chirping and small forest creatures frolicking in the nearby well cut bush. I continue to make headway to my dream house,as it becomes closer,I could hear my own drumbeat.It is unbelievable and  name on the mahogany door which reads,” “Villa Casablanca”.It’s official that now I see  my house for the first time up close.This house I have added the final touch on designing .The grandeur is mesmerizing. It is a double storey bungalow on a huge ten  acres lot. As I approach the stairs at the entrance to the house I am surrounded by four columns leading to the most elegant doors I have ever seen. They are made of mahogany and have a stained glass window in the centre. The handles and the frame are made of  brass. As I continue around the house I come across three windows overlooking the entrance to the house. There are black shutters on each window. As the porch continues to the south side of the house I am now looking over the ocean.  As I look down and observe the ocean I see two piers jutting out into the sea. On either side of the piers are huge boulders protecting the coast line from erosion. The walls of the house are made of stucco and it has an old fashion shingles that are a clay color. I walk toward the west side  and I first come across a basketball court. To the east side of the basket ball court is a tennis court. There is a bar in between the two to take a break at between games. On the opposite side of the yard there is an in-ground swimming pool that is connected to the pool inside the house. As my journey comes to a close I notice a white gazebo off to the east of the house. It is in a position such that you can see anyone entering or leaving the lot if you are sitting in it.

I confidently told myself,  "Yes, this is my dream house."

Tera -Tasya

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