- Where is your home situated?
- How is it furnished?
- How are the rooms used?
- What is there on the wall?
- How does the home look?
- How do you feel about your home?
Answer: my home is situated in a village in the district of patuakhali. It is a home of a two-storied tin-shed building. It faces to the south and looks very beautiful. It has as many as eight rooms. We use four rooms and bedrooms, One for guests and the other three for the five members of the family. The other four rooms used as reading room, store-room, drawing from and dining room. There hang a few nice pictures of charming views, photographs and handiworks on the walls. There are a bathroom, a sanitary latrine and a kitchen at a little distance from the house. There is a beautiful flower garden in front of the house. There is a big pond besides the kitchen. A few fruit tress have been planted on the three sides of the pond. It is really very sweet to look into. We are quite happy to live in this house. We feel like saying after the poet,
“Home, home, sweet home; there is no place like home.”
The place where I live with my family, is my home. It is a village collage called ratanpur, upazilla nabinagar in B.Baria district. The main house is mainly made of bricks. It is a big house with wide windows on all sides and doors on two sides. There are two bed rooms, one sitting room and one dining room. Each and every of the rooms are well-furnished and spotlessly neat and clean. It is well ventilated. Sufficient air and light can get into it. The home is surrounded with green trees in three sides. It has an ample yard. The home is very beautiful to look at. A lovely flowers garden is in front of the gate fo the house. So, the home is very comfortable to live in. I have a separate reading room in it. I use it as my bed room too. I like my home very much because it is an ideal house to live in peace.
Where is your home?
How many houses are there in your home?
What are the houses made of?
What are there in your home too?
How is the place your home?
Answer: my home is the place of mahamuni pahartali in the district of Chittagong. It is a nice home at the foot of hill. There are four huts in our home. They are the buildings and the kitchen and the cow-shed are thatched huts. There is no garden of fruit: but here are fruit-trees here and there in my home premises. The home has no flower garden but it has a kitchen garden. There is a pond in two west of the home. My home is a nice place indeed. It is very dear to me.