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6-G) Describing your house UNIT 6 lesson G

In this section you have many videos and vocabulary lists to help you talk about your house. You can choose which words you want to learn. In the EXPLANATIONS box I give you the most important words, but you can learn more from all the activities. When you finish everything, make sure you know at least those basic words well.

See more videos below.

BASIC VOCABULARY ABOUT A HOUSE

Study this list AFTER watching the video and vocabulary lists

House (the building)
Home (the place where you live)
BrE: flat / AmE: apartment
BrE: block of flats / AmE: condominium
mansion (= a very rich, big house)

garden, fence, front door, back door, walls, roof, chimney, ceiling, window, balcony, terrace, porch, floor, room, backyard, patio, furniture, BrE lift / AmE elevator

THE HALL
THE CORRIDOR

THE LIVING-ROOM
sofa, chair, armchair, table, bookshelf, cupboard, television/TV, video, DVD, hi-fi, curtains, picture, vase, lamp, cushion, carpet, fireplace

THE DINING-ROOM

THE KITCHEN
cupboard, fridge (= refrigerator), cooker, oven, microwave oven, sink, BrE tap (AmE faucet)

THE TOILET
toilet, basin, mirror, tap/faucet, light

THE STAIRS
upstairs, downstairs

THE BATHROOM
bath, shower, tap/faucet, cupboard, basin, mirror, curtains, mat

THE BEDROOM
bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, mirror, curtains, carpet, side table, poster
bed: pillow, sheets, blankets, bedspread, duvet, mattress

THE STUDIO
desk, chair, table lamp, bookcase, computer, webcam, printer, scanner

THE GARAGE
car

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