Most people would say card monopoly (electronic)
It is just the same as the card for Bayview Dock so I just photocopied that and changed it to say Westlands.
Just say no.
well chess is very complicated but monopoly can go on for days so I would say chess if your having guest, but if its someone you live with I would say monopoly.
A Monopoly property card lists the mortgage value for the property (one half of the board purchase price). The card also provides the price for houses added, and what the rent is for opponents, either with no development, with one to four houses, or with a hotel. It also states the double rent rule, which only applies to undeveloped properties that are part of a monopoly -- the base rent is doubled, but not once a property has any houses or hotels.
Australians speak English so we just say.... street
"Strit Adres" is how you say "Street Address" in Russian.
well to what i know is that monopoly game with the electric calculator thing does include electricity so then yeah i shall say monopoly
Hatshepsut (haht shep soot) (say carefully, it can be a bad word if said wrong)
The answer to this question depends on where you live, although you would never normally say " I live at Tara Street" at all. If you live in the UK you would say "I live in Tara Street" and if you live in the US you would say "I live on Tara Street".
street in spanish = calle
You can't say anything on the street. It's basically up to your monster to say something.
I am sorry to say that I do not think you can. Sad isn't it?
Walked down the street. On is implied. in the street infers you are in the middle of it where you don't belong.
"street" in Spanish is "la calle".
a monopoly is owning everything. for example for laptops, there are many brands, but lets say Dell bought all of the other companies so Dell is the only laptop manufacturer. Then if you wanted a laptop then you would have to buy it from them. That is considered a monopoly, maybe not the best example but it should give you the idea. The point of monopoly is to get all of the properties, so no matter what, if someone lands on it, they have to pay.monopoly- A company or group having exclusive control over a commercial activity.(http://www.answers.com/monopoly)
no sweety you have to say i live at 3, mulberry street. ----
I the answer what it means. If you mean Jake had a monopoly on all business in the village." What does this statement mean?
The French word for "street" is "la rue."
the street is 'la rue' (fem.) in French
'The street of' is 'la rue de ..' in French.
The word for street smart is: vivo(a).
Anyone old enough to understand the concept of strategy and basic arithmetic can play monopoly. I would say about 7 years and up, maybe younger.
The same kinds of things you'd say in any holiday greeting card.
The Greek word for "Card" is "κάρτα".