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42 examples:

Do you have a house?

Can you give me a house?

Do you own a house in Italy?

Have you ever built a house?

Do you have a house in Italy?

Did you buy a house in Germany?

Do you have a house on your own?

Are you planning on buying a house?

Is this a good time to buy a house?

Are you using this shack as a house?

Do you want to buy a house in Germany?

When was the last time you rented a house?

Is it true that you bought a house in London?

Could you find me a house that has a small garden?

Would you recommend buying a house on Park Street?

So, when are you going to break down and buy a house?

How do you calculate how many square meters a house is?

Why do you have a house in Germany and another one in Turkey?

If you burn a house, can you conceal the smoke?
(Buganda proverb)

You can burn down a house, but can you hide the smoke?
(Ugandan proverb)

What is the use of a house if you haven't got a tolerable planet to put it on?
(Henry David Thoreau)

Do you think it is only a little thing to possess a house from which lovely things can be seen?
(Saint Teresa)

If you are building a house and a nail breaks, do you stop building, or do you change the nail?
(Rwandan proverb)

Do you own a house?
(Forbes - Technology, )

Would you live in a house made of straw?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Who knew owning a house could be so taxing?
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

Who hasn't dreamt of a house that can take orders?
(The Wall Street Journal - Technology, )

Would you live in a house built from urine and bacteria?
(CNN - Technology, )

Can you imagine being locked in a house being filmed during the Gaza crisis?
(Sydney Morning Herald - Entertainment, )

When it comes to buying a house, the highest priced offer gets the house…right?
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

When you need a mortgage — whether to buy a house or refinance — what do you do?
(Kenneth R. Harney in Los Angeles Times - Business, )

Should I keep as much as possible in my pension pot, or buy a house worth £1million?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Do I still need to make a will, even though I don't have kids, a partner or assets like a house?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

I understand that a house in multiple occupation can yield more, but is there more risk letting this way?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

A London telephone box, a Union Jack mirror and a model of the Titanic – who lives in a house like this?
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Can I also give two grandchildren £10,000 towards a house deposit and another £10,000 towards their wedding?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

You’ve got years before you need to start worrying about big, serious money goals like buying a house … right?
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

What difference does it make to the sale of a house when prospective buyers know that a famous person has lived there?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

When your character's life story is built on a house of lies, when every decision he or she makes is a poor one, an actor's bound to get frustrated playing that role, right?
(Elena Howe in Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

I’m in the process of buying a house and have found a mortgage through a broker but not applied for it yet - should I wait for a cheaper mortgage rate to become available?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Is it possible that what we are seeing is a replay of the dot-com era of the late 1990's, when so many seemingly promising companies went bust after having been exposed as nothing more than a house of cards, with no profits and no enduring value?
(Forbes - Business, )

The idea of a smart home sounds promising enough -- who doesn't want a house full of automated gadgets, from light switches to appliances to heating systems, that know exactly when to turn on, turn off, heat up or power down? -- but how will users make sure all those automated devices are doing what they're supposed to do?
(Science Daily - News, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

I see a house.

I have a house.

She has a house.

I bought a house.

We live in a house.

Jack built a house.

They rented a house.

They live in a house.

It's big for a house.

He broke into a house.

I'm looking for a house.

Tom doesn't own a house.

You want to buy a house.

We have a house for rent.

I'd like to rent a house.

They're building a house.

He built himself a house.

He has a house of his own.

They are building a house.

I'll turn it into a house.

He has a house by the sea.

Tom has a house in Boston.

We want a house of our own.

He made a house on the ice.

This is a house of crazies!

She has a house by the sea.

Tom has a house with a pool.

Tracy has a house and a car.

There is a house on the hill.

I had a man build me a house.

I don't have a house anymore.

Finding a house is stressful.

Tom bought a house in Boston.

I saw a house in the distance.

At last we can afford a house.

I see a house among the trees.

I saw a house with a red roof.

My uncle has a house in Italy.

We got on like a house on fire.

I rented a house with a garage.

I wish I had a house of my own.

Tom has a house with two rooms.

Tom owns a house near the lake.

They set about building a house.

The family wants to buy a house.

I have a house in the mountains.

It's a house that I give to you.

Tom can't afford to buy a house.

Tom owns a house with two rooms.

A house without women is lonely.

I'm working on painting a house.

She took photographs of a house.

I am looking for a house to rent.

I saw a house whose roof was red.

They advertised a house for sale.

It's a house that you give to me.

Farther on, we came upon a house.

There's a house behind the trees.

I know Tom has a house in Boston.

I used to have a house in Boston.

Tracy possesses a house and a car.

Tom bought a house with six rooms.

I want to do something in a house.

It's hard to live without a house.

I know you have a house in Hawaii.

We're saving money to buy a house.

There is a house across the stream.

They live in a house close to ours.

I have a house that needs painting.

They bought a house on Park Street.

Tom has a house which has two rooms.

Tom doesn't have a house to live in.

This is a house and that is a mosque.

He is saving in order to buy a house.

Don't have a house, have a neighbour.

I am looking out for a house to rent.

He's got enough money to buy a house.

Tom has a house not too far from here.

My grandparents had a house in Boston.

Soon we saw a house whose roof was red.

This is a house to let, not to be sold.

I've never seen a house without a door.

I share a house with two of my friends.

It's a house just like that I have seen.

He cannot buy a car, still less a house.

They are looking for a house to live in.

Too many trees deprive a house of light.

I think it's time for me to buy a house.

I gave up on the idea of buying a house.

A washing machine is a must for a house.

Tom told me he bought a house in Boston.

We are looking for a house with a garage.

Only build a house on strong foundations.

He lives in a house far from the village.

I wish I could live in a house that nice.

Tom and Mary can't afford to buy a house.

These tools are used for building a house.

There used to be a house here at one time.

You will wish you had a house of your own.

A heart as big as a house.
(Hawaiian proverb)

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