accommodation
/əˌkɑməˈdeɪʃən/
noun
a place where people live, stay, or work in
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1Higher ranked individuals, though, of course have more spacious accommodations.
2some living trees have made accommodations for them, too.
3Two of them are offering accommodations on the main exercise.
4What are the accommodations?
5We have public accommodations.
attic
/ˈætɪk/
noun
an area or room directly under the roof of a house, particularly used as a storage
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1I can easily get in through her attic window.
2Soon the attics were quiet again.
3The attic is gone.
4- We have a attic.
5The attic became a recording studio for Jesse.
balcony
/ˈbæɫkəni/
noun
a platform above the ground level and on the outside wall of a building that we can get into from the upper floor
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1We built the balcony.
2My place has a balcony.
3Balcony with a TV watching area and a bar.
4It has balconies.
5It has four balconies.
basement
/ˈbeɪsmənt/
noun
an area or room in a house or building that is partially or completely below the ground level
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1Find your basement.
2Houses don't have basements.
3It´s a basement.
4- Clean out the basement.
5Rock bottom does have a basement.
built-in
/ˈbɪɫˌtɪn/
adjective
(of a place or piece of equipment) connected to something in a way that is not separable
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1It has its OWN built-in power.
2That is built-in to the JOB.
ceiling
/ˈsiɫɪŋ/
noun
the highest part of a room, vehicle, etc. that covers it from the inside
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1The ceiling suddenly opens.
2Ceiling needs some work.
3The ceiling crumbles suddenly.
4Curse you ceiling.
5The ceiling stops here.
closet
/ˈkɫɑzət/
noun
a small space or room built into a wall, which is used to store things and is usually shelved
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1Maybe organise your closet.
2The closet has a closet.
3Improve your clothes closet storage with a few simple tricks.
4Exploring her mother's closet
5Her closet shared the wall with our parents' bathroom.
to decorate
/ˈdɛkɝˌeɪt/
verb
to put paint, patterns, etc. on the inside of a house or room in order to make it more beautiful
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1Additionally, Medieval Nubian peasants decorated the insides of their houses with protective biblical inscriptions.
2A carving of a buffalo head decorates the central part of each house.
3Decorate your gingerbread men with fun-colored holiday icing.
4- Decorating our tree.
5My mom did decorate the room.
doorstep
/ˈdɔɹˌstɛp/
noun
a small step in front of the main door of a building or house
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1New year is at our doorstep.
2Every week this mystery box shows up at my doorstep.
3Finds one of these boxes on her doorstep one day.
4Small live trees are natural doorstep decorations.
5Throwing blats on people's doorsteps.
entrance
/ˈɛntɹəns/
noun
an opening like a door, gate, or passage that we can use to enter a building, room, etc.
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1Oh Entrance is right there.
2Black nurses for the most part were denied entrance.
3Making her entrance.
4So the male clears the entrance.
5'Entrance' as a noun has stress on the first syllable.
exterior
/ɪkˈstɪɹiɝ/
adjective
relating to or located on the outside part of a particular thing
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1Yet his exterior masked a well of trauma.
2We have exteriors?
3Painting the exterior.
4That exterior is really gorgeous.
5I love the exterior.
first floor
/fˈɜːst flˈoːɹ/
noun
the floor of a building which has the same level as the street level
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1Our exhibit is on the first floor.
2The first floor is 160 square feet.
3That's the first floor.
4The basin reached the first floor.
5The first floor is wall-to-wall handbags.
ground floor
/ɡɹˈaʊnd flˈoːɹ/
noun
the floor of a building at ground level
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1And then discover a ground floor room.
2Ground floor to basement.
3We got a couple more ground floors.
4this is the song's ground floor.
5The baby fell out of the ground floor.
indoor
/ˈɪnˌdɔɹ/
adjective
happened, located, or used inside a building
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1Remain indoors.
2Remain indoors, to the greatest extent.
3Stay indoors away from any windows or glass doors.
4- Were making s'mores. - S'mores indoors.
5- Go indoors.
interior
/ˌɪnˈtɪɹiɝ/
adjective
relating to or located on the inside part of a particular thing
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1Interiors are better than Mercedes-Benz interiors.
2Interior, moving vehicle, day.
3So, hopefully this interior gives you a little bit of insight.
4So the only damages were interior.
5This creative car owner turned their car's interior into an inner sanctum of amazing artwork.
landlord
/ˈɫændˌɫɔɹd/
noun
a person or a company who rents a room, house, building, etc. to someone else
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1Is the city going to cut small landlords some slack on their taxes?
2The landlords were gone.
3Landlords were understandably much more nervous about central London.
4Landlords have to pay their mortgages.
5Take the floor, landlord one.
lease
/ˈɫis/
noun
a property or piece of land that is rented for a specified time and price
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1You lease the panel.
2Companies would lease that space.
3So I leased a nice car.
4I'm leasing an office.
5You have leased one, two, three.
outdoor
/ˈaʊtˌdɔɹ/
adjective
happening, located, or used outside
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1I like the outdoors.
2Anyone remember the outdoors?
3We have outdoor TVs.
4We have outdoor seating.
5Television, print, radio, outdoor billboards charge you.
to rent
/ˈɹɛnt/
verb
(of an owner) to let someone use a property, car, etc. for a particular time
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1So, a renter can rent a bicycle, a car, a helicopter, a house.
2So rent some sound equipment.
3Rent a bike dispenser in the Netherlands.
4Rent money, baby.
5- Rent a puppy
tenant
/ˈtɛnənt/
noun
someone who pays rent to live in someone else's house, room, etc.
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1Uh, tenant is uncertain of the structural integrity of the beanbag chair and fears for the landlord's safety.
2I just have another tenant.
3These tenants are predominantly Black and Brown people.
4And tenants do better in housing court.
5The economic trends and the population trends of the period were gradually producing a greater differentiation in village society amongst tenants.
landmark
/ˈɫændˌmɑɹk/
noun
something such as a building, tree, etc. that is easy to recognize, which we can use to know where we are
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1Facial landmarks also capture the geometry of your face, like the distance between your eyes and the height of your forehead.
2And a formally posh hotel turned historic landmark.
3Instagram photos feel like landmarks.
4The landmark consists of two types of stones.
5The parking meter is my landmark
upstairs
/əpˈstɛɹz/
adverb
on or toward a higher part of a building
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1'Upstairs?' the other man said.
2I shall be alone with that mad woman upstairs.
3Upstairs, the two boys watched excitedly.
4Bailey is upstairs somewhere.
5Bailey and Jessica and Duncan are having some quiet time upstairs.
downstairs
/ˈdaʊnˈstɛɹz/
adverb
on or toward a lower part of a building, particularly the first floor
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1The doctor came downstairs.
2Back downstairs, the massive eat-in kitchen had a couple hidden features.
3Go downstairs.
4Mom come downstairs.
5Come downstairs!
studio
/ˈstudiˌoʊ/
noun
a tiny apartment that has only one main room
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1Nearly killed the studio.
2Studios built.
3Try the studios.
4Studio shots.
5Now the movie studios are down there -
staircase
/ˈstɛɹˌkeɪs/
noun
a set of stairs inside a building including its surrounding side parts that one can hold on to
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1The staircase is not there.
2The staircase is interesting.
3Take this staircase for instance.
4Over on this side is the staircase.
5Here's our staircase.
dormitory
/ˈdɔɹməˌtɔɹi/
noun
a room with several beds in which a number of people can sleep, particularly in a school, university, army camp, etc.
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1At the Kuitun complex there are multiple dormitories.
2The whole thing is a dormitory so multiple people can sleep here.
3The five new law school dormitories house 386 students.
4My parents pay for the student dormitory.
5These include dormitories, power, and water-distillation plants, laboratories, and even a few bars.
residential
/ˌɹɛzɪˈdɛnʃəɫ/
adjective
(of an area with buildings) designed specially for people to live in; relating to houses in which people live rather than offices, factories, etc.
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1The building is residential.
2The building is residential.
3Residential care runs in the hundreds of thousand per year.
4Residential treatment is more like a dorm.
5The vast majority is residential.
to occupy
/ˈɑkjəˌpaɪ/
verb
to live in a place that is either rented or owned
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1Others occupied streets near the central bank.
2The building is occupying an entire city block.
3During combat, regimental artillery occupied this gap.
4Magic occupies a central position in the lives of these people.
5Linguistic scripts occupy the middle range.
housework
/ˈhaʊˌswɝk/
noun
regular work done in a house, especially cleaning, washing, etc.
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1At last, housework has become Olympic.
2You have to do housework.
3I, something, do some housework.
4The housework is less tiring now.
5Cooking even outweighed other housework tasks like ironing or cleaning.
heating
/ˈhitɪŋ/
noun
a system that provides a room or building with warmth
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1Corps mechanical engineers are also studying heating, air conditioning, and ventilation.
2Oil heating up for frying.
3- Heating it up!
4Heating water is the second largest energy expenditure in a residential home after space heating and cooling.
5The heating element is doing its job.
tap
/ˈtæp/
noun
an object that controls the flow of liquid or gas from a container or pipe
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1Then tap the share icon.
2Then tap the three-dot icon in the upper right corner.
3Then tap the Plus button there.
4Tap your foot.
5Then tap another section there.

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