Furniture vocabulary

Expand your vocabulary and practice
closet
closet
ladder
ladder
lamp
lamp
chair
chair
sofa
sofa
armchair
armchair
kitchen
kitchen
coffee table
coffee table
desk chair
desk chair
cupboard
cupboard
dressing table
dressing table
mirror
mirror
room service
room service
flower
flower
sink
sink
fire place
fire place
chest of drawers
chest of drawe…
shelf
shelf
rocking chair
rocking chair

Furniture exercise (Multiple choice)

1.
dressing table

2.
closet

3.
kitchen

4.
rocking chair

5.
shelf

Furniture exercise

1.
kitchen

2.
desk chair

3.
sofa

4.
flower

5.
sink

6.
coffee table

7.
ladder

8.
shelf

9.
chest of drawers

10.
rocking chair

11.
dressing table

12.
lamp

Information or Use Cases (Usage examples)

Situation: Rebecca calls Jeff about his flat rental.

RebeccaHello. My name is Rebecca Thompson, and I’m calling about the home sales you have advertised in the newspaper. Is it still available?
Jeff : Hi, Lucy. My name is Jeff, and I am the owner. Yes, it is still available. 
Rebecca: Great! Would you mind telling me a little about it? 
Jeff : Sure. It has one bedroom and one bathroom. Every room has carpet except for the kitchen and bathroom which have hardwood floors . The kitchen is equipped by sink, dish rack and coffee table. The special one is middle room. It has fire place near rocking chair at the left side. At the right side, there are arm chair,television on cupboard,and a shelf as a divider between the living room and work space. The work space has desk chair, desk lamp and bookshelf. There are closet, chest of drawers, mirror, and a ladder for bunk bed. We just checked it, all lamp works well. And We also put few flowers on the terrace.
Rebecca: Okay. Is it a newer building or an older one?
JeffIt’s quite modern.
Rebecca: That sounds lovely. How far away is it from downtown London?
Jeff : Well, it is about a thirty minute drive from the city center.
RebeccaWonderful. What about the price? I didn’t see one listed in the advertisement.
Jeff : It’s a thousand pounds a month not including utilities.
RebeccaAlright. That’s in my price range, so I’m very interested in looking at it. 
Jeff : Excellent! I’d be happy to show you the flat. I’m sure you will love it. Would you be able to come and see it tomorrow?
Rebecca: Absolutely! I could come right after work. Is six o’clock okay with you?
JeffYes. That’s fine. Do you need me to give you the address?
Rebecca: No, thank you. I see it here in the advertisement. 
JeffOkay. I’ll see you tomorrow then, Lucy.
Rebecca: Sure. See you then!

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