'Anne of Green Gables' takes place in Canada in the Prince Edward Islands.
Green Gables, in the town of Avonlea, on Prince Edward Island, in Canada.
Yes, on Prince Edward Island.
No, she is a fictional character. Her house, however, was based off of a real place that one can visit, if they happen to be on Prince Edward Island.
Avonlea is not a real place just a made up place like the book Anne Of Green Gables!!
My best friend is being really B*tchy to me and leaving me out What should i do ?
Anne of Green Gables takes place in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It's a little island off the coast of New-Brunswick, Canada.
a green house is a place where plants grow it is better for them it is a big green building with lots of plants and sprinklers
Anne was an orphan and was sent to live with a couple she did not know and in a place where she did not know anybody. The wanted a boy and talked about sending her away.
The place where a blacksmith works is called a blacksmith's house or stable. The house can be made of wood and a blacksmith need physical strength to produce items such as grilles, gates, and tools.
The place in which a horse is kept is usually called a stable, stall, or loose box. And the place in which this box exists is called a yard or barn.
in Tuscumbia, Alambama they called there house Ivy Green:))
She is kind and loving. When people are mean to her she takes it in stride and is not vengeful. She has moments when she is lonely and many moments when she feels out of place in the small town she has been forced to move to.
because he was the first president to own a car so, he had to have a place to put it.
In fuchsia city when you arrive go straight through and there will be a house on your left that is the place.
same place as the book of ra, in the room before the attic
It takes place in Tanganyika on Sunday evening At a man called Fuller's house
to drink-the blue bar watering can-by your stable (which is on the left side of your house) fishing-the waterfall by carter and flora's place
Stable: noun: barn like place where horses reside.Stable: adjective: an emotional state of being.
A horses home is called a stable. Other terms that could be used include, barn, stall, loose box, pasture, paddock, or farm.The place in which a horse is kept is usually called a stable, stall, or loose box. And the place in which this box exists is called a yard or barn.
Where a horse lives is it's habitat, unless it is in a barn. If it is in a barn, the place where it lives is a farm, barn, or stable.
Place one slice of white bread on the lid of the covered greens.
The abstract noun form for the adjective 'stable' is stability.The word 'stable' is a concrete noun as a word for a place where horses are kept.
No, the emancipation status does not exist in Ohio