District: A large section of a city with its own name and identity. Area: Part of a city that has particular, distinct features or functions. Houses: Individual buildings that people live in. Flats: Smaller living spaces in a bigger building. Street: The place where you can walk. There might be cars too. Infrastructure: The way a city works – its transport, services and networks. Square: It’s an open public space located in the center of a town used for any activity (market, music, activities of the school…). Park: A large green public space for people to enjoy inside the city. Block: A part of a long street or avenue, separated by crossroads. Pedestrian: A city/town citizen who walks. Urban: The word that describes towns and cities, and not the countryside (land, exterior of the city). Growth: When a town or city expands, and gets bigger. Pavement: The part of the street where the pedestrian walks. Neighbourhood: A small part of a city that has its own name and identity. Industrial: A special part of a city dedicated to industry, or perhaps commerce. Space: That which exists between buildings. Bike-lane: A red road that is only to bikes, it helps to reduce traffic and pollution. Also helps people to exercise. Services: A collective noun for shops, schools, hospitals, public transport etc. Residential: It’s a part of the city where there are only houses with any shops near.
Viability: Safety, Expense, Accesibility, Durability(to last), Usability(edozein eguraldi), Versatility(edozein gauzetako), Inclussiveness(adin guztiak).
INFORMAL-Talking about, As for, Regarding, With regard to, Referring-FORMAL
‘One of the problems in Sao Paulo was a lack ofplanning.’
‘One of the problems with Sao Paulo was that it lacked planning’
The knock on efect: Services: What kinds?, Spaces: What new, Lighting: How has, Safety Is safer, Aesthetic do the area look better?