They had a lovely veranda at the back of the house.
Let's meet on the veranda, under the pale moon light.
We drink raw tea on the south wing veranda.
The house was of adobe, low, with a wide veranda on the three sides of the inner court.
The word "veranda" is a noun; a word for a platform attached to the outside of a house, often with a roof; a porch; a lanai; a word for a thing.A noun functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition.Example sentences:The veranda gets cooler as the sun sets. (subjectof the sentence)We enjoy the breeze that the veranda provides. (subject of the relative clause)They built a veranda that faces the lake. (direct object of the verb "built")Sometimes I sit on the veranda when it rains; but I don't get wet because it has a roof. (object of the preposition"on")
The plural of the word veranda is verandas.
veranda = mbara ihu
A lanais is an open-sided roofed veranda that originated in Hawaii.
The mother called the children inside as she stood on the veranda. "We should really get the veranda fixed", said Father.
Veranda comes from Spain and it is a porch basically.
The word veranda is a noun. The plural noun is verandas.