Choose the most appropriate preposition for each gap.
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I have been living in my flat
the 22nd district
five years. It is really great because it has many rooms, a balcony and a garden. When you open the front door, you find a big hatstand
the right-hand corner and a door leading to the toilet
the left-hand side. If you go straight ahead, you see another door
you. This door leads into the living room. As soon as you are
this room, you have a door to the kitchen to your left and two glass doors to your right. These glass doors lead to the garden. If you go upstairs, you get to the anteroom of the first floor. You see four doors there. These doors lead to my parents' room, the balcony, the bathroom and my own room. If you stand
the doorway to my room, you see my bed
the left-hand corner and my wardrobe
the right-hand corner. Apart
that, I have a glass table
the room. If you look
one of the windows in my room, you see our garden. My desk is
these windows.Of course, there is also a chair so that I can write my homework.