"This deer is too hard to catch!" "But I have to for my family and me." "They're starving too!
"We've fully harvested our crops!"
"I bought my new apartment!" "My lease is for 3 years".
"We hunter gatherers have to find food for our village and possibly for other villages to trade". "Its not hard to hunt when its sunny, but when its the winter and its snowing at the same time, its very difficult". "We had to travel from place to place to find our food and our trades". "Since we moved a lot we didn't have a permanent home". "And that was called nomad". "On the way,we found resources and that was wood, string, steel, and fabric". "We used that to build our tents".
"I don't have to plant my own food anymore".
"The time period that we were living in was the 18th and early 19th centuries". "This was when the Agricultural Revolution began". "We had to plant our own food, feed our animals, and harvest our crops". "We had to do everything on our own but still worked together and cooperated with each other". "This was also when we started to bring in animals for resources like food, fur for clothing, and maybe even weapons".
"Off to work!"
"I just bought a new apartment!" "And I'm planning to live here for about 3 years or less". "A long time ago people didn't have permanent housing like we do now". "They moved around and didn't have a permanent home". "If they were to go on a journey to find a place to live in, they would've traveled by feet or horse to find a place to stay and survive in".
"I was running out of food at home so i decided to go to the grocery store." The store was very close and I didn't have to travel cross country to find food". "We now don't have to trade food for goods because most people have a grocery store or a market near them that everybody can go and buy their own things".
"I work as an accountant". "Back then there wasn't a job called an accountant". "And there also wasn't any electrical vehicles". "Right now we have cars, buses, airplanes, trains, and many more". "During the 18th century, people had horses to go from place to place".