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How many storeys do ranch-style houses have?
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The plural of storey is storeys. In UK and Australian English, the word storey refers to the levels of a building, as in a three-storey building - which could be said to have …three storeys, not stories, the latter being the spelling used in US English.
The bedroom was on the top storey
In a building, a story just means a floor of the building. A building that has seven levels or seven floors is seven stories high. In feet, the average story is between 9 and …11 feet.
A two-storey building is one that has two floors.
25 to 30 feet. 7.5 to 9 meters.
Normal size. $4,000 - $5,000.
The Qutub Minar has 5 storeys.
80, because there are 400 cents in 4 Dollars, and 400 divided by 5 = 80.
Generally speaking, there is no difference, although, sometimes, storeys refer to floors above the ground floor, so, a building with 4 storeys would have 5 floors. Mostl…y, though, house floors are always referred to as floors, not storeys, and if they are referred to as storeys, then it's the same number of floors. 'Storeys' is a term mostly reserved for commerce, office, and apartment buildings.
A single storey house is a house with only one story or level in it.
Both are acceptable. I think the first spelling is American and the second spelling is British.
A storey of a building that is underground is often called a basement or basement level. In terms of buildings, there is a recent one of a section of dis-used and abandon…ed Los Angeles US underground rapid transit tunnel that had been discovered during building remodeling and goodyear rubber or firestone (I forget what one) had purchased the rapid transit line and dismantled it in favor of tire sales.