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Martina Durisova

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Hello!
I am writing the description of my dream house and I am in doubt whether the sentece is correct or I should use there in front of would. The sentence is:"After entering my flat would be a small hall."
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Martina
 

Tdol

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It doesn't work for me. How about something like The first room you'd see on entering my flat would be a small hall.
 
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