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    • 1. TOPIC 4 PROJECT By: Kayla Work
    • 2. Puerto Rico ¡Muy linda! Houses in Puerto Rico are made out of cement because cement houses are very strong towards hurricanes and are able to still stand after a natural disaster. Another reason why houses in Puerto Rico are made out of cement is because the climate there is really humid and if they had wooden houses it would rot very quickly.
    • 3. Costa Rica En el fotó, son muchos arboles verdes.Hay una sofá y una mesa en la sala.
    • 4. Nicaragua ¡ El techo !There are many types of houses you willsee if you go to Nicaragua. In some partsthere will be houses that are very pretty,made with nice quality, and others will belike huts basically made with mud andsticks.One reason why some of these houses aremade with mud and sticks becauseNicaragua is a very poor area.
    • 5. Venezuela ¡ Hay las ropas afuera de la casa ! ¡Muchos colores!
    • 6. MexicoHouses in Mexico are made out of Adobe which is made out ofclay, water, and straw. They use Adobe to make bricks or makerooftops for the houses.Adobe is used for many places that have very hot climates andalso dry. We don’t use Adobe here because we have rain morethan in Mexico and the Adobe would disintegrate quickly. It isalso not strong enough for a tornado or a hurricane.Most homes in Mexico also have a thin coat of Adobe on theoutside of the homes to make a smooth surface which they thencan paint any color they would like.
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