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Last updated at 13:06 GMT, Tuesday, 17 January 2012


Every week we ask you a different question. Hear what people in London say, then join the conversation!

What does home mean to you?

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The Express English team

This is what some people in London told us.

Home can mean warmth, comfort, peace and relaxation. To some people, home means where their parents live. That might also mean home cooking and getting your clothes washed!

Did you know?


The world's most expensive house went on sale in July 2011 for $175 million (106 million pounds). It's in Wyoming in the USA and has only three bedrooms!

Language tip

A cottage, a bungalow, a house and a caravan can all be types of home.

Cultural tip

A ger or a yurt is the name for a Mongolian tent.

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