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Could anybody correct these sentences for me?
(1) This is a bangalow with a jungle and a swimming pool.
(2) There are four ________chairs in the front of the house.
(3) This is a bricks-built house.
(4) The water in the swimming pool is so clear that you can see the bottom of it.
(5) The _____-shaped swimming pool is very inventing in the hot day.
Many thanks in advance
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Vctory Ong

Could anybody correct these sentences for me?

(1) This is a bangalow with a jungle and a swimming pool.

(2) There are four ________chairs in the front of the house.

(3) This is a bricks-built house.

(4) The water in the swimming pool is so clear that you can see the bottom of it.

(5) The _____-shaped swimming pool is very inventing in the hot day.

Many thanks in advance

1) I wouldn't call this a "bungalow" - a bungalow is a very small house. What do you mean by "a jungle"? This house has a lovely green lawn and a swimming pool.

2) There are four deckchair around the pool.

3) The house is built of stone. (Those aren't bricks.)

4) )Good

5) The KIDNEY-shaped ... INVITING not inventing on this hot day/on hot days.

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Thanks,
But why don't we put "s" after stone and deckchair.
Please help me with it.

Many thanks in advance
Good eyes. Deckchairs was a mistake. That should be plural. Sorry to cause confusing.

When you refer to building material, it's a non-count noun. A house made of stone. A house made of wood. A house made of brick. (You could say bricks in that case too - one of those idiomatic things).
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