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DRAW 1 SPELLING QUIZ BEE EASY ROUND (1 PT. EACH) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bungalow: any simple, single-story house without any basement Mews is an urban stable-block that has often been converted into residential properties Patio an inner court open to the sky Ranch: a rambling single-story house, often containing a garage and sometimes constructed over a basement Trullo: a traditional Apulian stone dwelling with conical roof Barracks: a type of military housing, formerly connoting a large "open bay" with rows of bunk beds and attached bathroom facilities Chalet a Swiss dwelling with unconcealed structural members and a wide overhang at the front and sides Geodesic dome:: a rugged domed design, using strong metal components, that was pioneered by the architect Buckminster Fuller in the United States of America in the mid-20th century Izba: a traditional Russian wooden country house Shack: a small, usually rundown, wooden building

MODERATE ROUND (2 PTS. EACH) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Souterrain: an earthen dwelling typically deriving from Neolithic Age or Bronze Age times Snout house: a house with the garage door being the closest part of the dwelling to the street. Yurt: a nomadic house of central asia Ksar: a village consisting of generally attached houses, widespread among the oasis populations of the Maghreb Maisonette: an apartment / flat on two levels with internal stairs, or which has its own entrance at street level Tong Lau: a type of shophouse found in southern China Mudhif: a traditional reed house made by the Madan people of Iraq Stilt houses: houses raised on stilts over the surface of the soil or a body of water Tuscan of or relating to one of the five classical orders of architecture that is of Roman origin and plain in style Garalow: similar to a garage-apartment, but with the apartment and garage at the same level.

DIFFICULT ROUND (3 PTS. EACH) 1. Jalousie a blind with adjustable horizontal slats for admitting light and air while excluding direct sun and rain 2. Baluster an upright often vase-shaped support for a rail 3. Apex the uppermost point of a house 4. Ceiling the overhead inside lining of a room 5. Chateau a large country house 6. Creole cottage: a type of house native to the Gulf Coast of the United States, roughly corresponding to the location of the former colonial settlements of the French in Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, and Lower Alabama 7. Gazebo is a pavilion structure, sometimes octagonal, that may be built, in parks, gardens, and spacious public areas 8. Attic is a space found directly below the pitched roof of a house or other building 9. Atrium is a large open space, often several stories high and having a glazed roof and/or large windows, often situated within a larger multistory building and often located immediately beyond the main entrance doors

10. Fascia is a term used in architecture to refer to a frieze or band running horizontally and situated vertically under the roof edge or which forms the outer surface of a cornice and is visible to an outside observer TIE BREAKER 1. Estate the grounds and tenancies (such as farms, housing, woodland, parkland) associated with a very large property 2. Loft - loft apartment refers to large adaptable open space, often converted for residential use (a converted loft) from some other use, often light industrial 3. Manor A manor in English law is an estate in land to which is incident the right to hold a court termed court baron, that is to say a manorial court 4. Conch house: a vernacular style in Key West and Miami, derived from the Bahamian clapboard house 5. An awning window is a casement window that is hung horizontally, hinged on top, so that it swings outward like an awning. Emilie Poisson designed this window