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  • Interview with my dad

    EM: How would you describe this house?
    LM: A two-bedroom apartment, in the city of Iow-Coraliville.

    [Banging noise]

    Monologue: My dad would always be hitting bugs on the couch. Every time there was a bug, I could hear footsteps from my dad and a loud thud. I would always jump and feel annoyed when it happened. The couch was uncomfortable. There was bugs crawling all over the arm rests. Some bugs were hidden under the cushions I would sit The couch was in the living room. The living room was pretty small. It had a carpet floor and white walls. There wasn’t very much going on. It’s just me and my parents. I have two sisters but they moved out of the house and they are both in college At first, there wasn’t that many bugs, but there started to be a lot and It began to be uncomfortable and I didn’t even want to sit on it anymore. I just stayed in my room, sat on my bed.

    Interview with my mother
    EN: What sounds do you usually hear at home?
    LM: The sound of the fridge, the sound of the car outside... the sound of water, the sound of TV.
    EN: How could this house be better
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