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- Outside his villa is built like American style, but inside his villa is decorated like French style.

- Does this sound natural?

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Stevenukd
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Though I am not a teacher;still I would like to say that this doesn't sound natural.
Dear Teachers,

1. How can make my sentence more natural?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd
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StevenukdOutside his villa is built like American style, but inside his villa is decorated like French style.
The outside of his villa is American in style, but inside, the decor is French.

(What is American style, out of curiousity?)
I guess that Steven is referring to American style of architecture.
Dear Teachers,

- I meant "the American style of architecture". So could you please help me make the sentence better?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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Hi,
To keep these words but make them sound more natural, I'd say

- Outside his villa is built in the American style, but inside his villa is decorated in the French style.

Best wishes, Clive
Neeraj JainI guess that Steven is referring to American style of architecture.

Thank you. And what is an "American style of architecture" to you? I'm just curious what people picture.To me, the very word "villa" makes it sound non-American.