Things in the house vocabulary list PDF 🏡

Things in the house vocabulary list PDF 🏡


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home, at home
(kitchen) sink
a picture, painting
a radiator, a heater
blanket
chest of drawers
clean, neat, tidy
comfortable
cushion
dark, gloomy
dirty
dust
dusty
key
light, bright
modern
rubbish bin, dustbin
spacious, roomy
stool
toothpaste
a bathtub
a blind
a broom
a brush
a carpet
a clock
a cupboard, a wardrobe
a flat, an apartment
a mirror
a shower
a window
aircon
an armchair
an electric socket, a power point
an iron
balcony
blanket
blinds
broom, brush
building
bulb, lightbulb
ceiling
central heating
chair
chimney
curtain
dirt, dirtiness, filth
door
doorbell
doormat
downstairs
drawer
fan
fence
fireplace
floor, ground
furnitures
gate
handle
hanger
hedge
house
houshold chores
inside, indoors
landlord
lawn
letterbox
light
light switch
lock
matress
outside, outdoors
pantry / cupboard
phone
pillow
quilt, duvet
rent
shutter
sideboard
soap
sofa
table
television
the bed
the shampoo
the sheet
the towel
tile
upstairs
vacuum cleaner, hoover
wall
wallpaper
washbasin, (bathroom) sink
washing machine

IN THE KITCHEN

the plate
a blender
a bucket
a corkscrew
a drawer
a pan
a soap
a telephone
a towel
a vase
bowl
cutlery
dishwasher
fork
freezer
fridge, refrigerator
glass
kettle
kicthenware
microwave
saucepan
shampoo
shelf
sofa
spoon
table
tablecloth
tap
the alarm clock
the lamp
the oven
tin opener / can opener

IN THE HOUSE

backyard
floor, storey
frontyard
attic
balcony
bathroom
bedroom
cellar / basement
dining room
dining room
first floor
garage
garden
hall, corridor
hallway, corridor
kids room
kitchen
laundry
living/sitting room, lounge
parking
path
roof
room
second floor
staircase, stairway
stairs
study (la pièce), desk (le meuble)
the ground floor

USEFUL VERBS

to turn/switch on (the light, the TV…)
to build, to construct
to clean
to clean/brush my teeth
to close, to shut
to close/draw the curtains
to do DIY (do-it-yourself)
to do gardening
to do the houseworks
to do the ironing
to do the washing up
to do the washing/laundry
to get up, to rise
to go to bed, to lie down
to go to sleep, to fall asleep
to hang out/up the washing, the laundry
to have a spring-clean
to have/take a bath
to have/take a shower
to hoover, to vacuum
to iron
to load the dish-washer
to mop the floor
to mow the lawn
to open
to open/draw the curtains
to renovate, to do up
to repair
to sit (down)
to sweep (up)
to tidy up
to turn/switch off
to wake up
to wash, to have a wash
to wipe

 

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