English Vocabulary Words Around the House

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Pronunciation Practice:

bedroom, bed, pillows, sheets, blankets, lamp, closet, hangers, dresser, drawers, go to bed, go to sleep, wake up, alarm clock, bathroom, brush your teeth, toothbrush, toothpaste, sink, mirror, take a shower, take a bath, bathtub, shampoo, conditioner, soap, towel, toilet, flush the toilet, kitchen, cook, refrigerator, fridge, freezer, cabinets, shelf, counter, stove, oven, microwave, pots, pans, bowl, plate, fork, knife, spoon, living room, couch, sofa, chair, bookcase, window, carpet, rug, hallway, door, wall, floor, ceiling, roof, basement, attic, garage

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Vocabulary Practice:

Describe your house and each room. Whenever possible, use the vocabulary words from this lesson. You can also use prepositions of location, for example: “I have two pillows on my bed.” “There is a closet next to the door.” “In my bathroom, there are two shelves above the sink.”

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