To do? How do you say the Word
in your language? We asked some
people about their homes.
What`s the mainroom in your
“the kitchen, because it`s warm
And we have breakfast. Lunch, and
Dinner there seven days a week.”
Jackie. Sydney, Australia.What are typical features of homes
In your country?
“in the unites states, houses
Almost always have a garage. In
Fact, most new houses inthe
Suburbs have a two-car garaje,
And sometimes even a three-car
Garage¡ we love cars¡”
Pat, los angeles, u.s.a.
Do you have a televisión? Ifso ,
“in the bedroom. We like to watch
It in bed”.
Ya fang, taipei, taiwan
If you live in a town , do you stay
There on weekends?“well, we live in the center of new
York, but only because i`m an
Architect and i work there. I really wouldn`t call
It home---that`s what i call ourhouse in the
Country where we go every weekend.”
Elizabeth, Connecticut , u.s.a.
Do you lock your door when you go out?
“in cities we do.Although when i was a child in
The elburz mountains, we left the door open.
And if we found a visitor or a traveler
Wandering in the street, wealways invited
Them in”. Sharock, teheran, iran
Home at last
How often do people move home in
“in the united states many peopleMove about every ten years.”
Cheryl, Boston, u.s.a.
So home means a lot of different
Things to different people. What does
It mean to you?