THE HOUSE

Mr. and Mrs. Smith have one son and one daughter. The son’s name is John. The daughter’s name is Sarah.

The Smiths live in a house. They have a living room. They watch TV in the living room. The father cooks food in the kitchen. They eat in the dining room. The house has two bedrooms. They sleep in the bedrooms. They keep their clothes in the closet. There is one bathroom. They brush their teeth in the bathroom.

The house has a garden. John and Sarah play in the garden. They have a dog. John and Sarah like to play with the dog.

Միսետր ու Միսիս սմիթ ունեն տղա և աոցիք տղաի անունը Ջոն իսկ աղյիկի Սարա:

Սմիթերը ապրում են տանը նրանք ունեն հյուրասենաք: Նրանք դիտում են հերուստացույց հյուրասենակուն: Հայրիկը պատրաստում է ութելիք խոանոցում: Նրանք ուտում են ճաշասենակում: Տունը ունի երկու ննյասենակ

The use of the monument during a video clip preceding a performance at Eurovision Song Contest 2009 was the first of several political conflicts during the competition surrounding Armenia and Azerbaijan. The conflict stemmed from an introductory “postcard” video played before Armenia’s performance in a semi-final round, which depicted the monument alongside other symbols of Armenia. Representatives from Azerbaijan complained to the European Broadcasting Union about the use of “We Are Our Mountains” in the Armenian intro, since the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh is de jure part of Azerbaijan.[2] In response to the complaint, the image was edited out of the video in the finals. However, Armenia retaliated for the decision by including multiple images of the monument in its voting presentation—on a video screen in the background, and on the back of their spokesperson, Sirusho’s, clipboard.[3]