Words for Basic IELTS - Lesson 8
english proficiency tests
vocabulary for ielts (basic)
Here you will learn some English words about houses, such as "balcony", "ceiling", "built-in", etc. that are needed for the IELTS exam.
a place where people live, stay, or work in
an area or room directly under the roof of a house, particularly used as a storage
a platform above the ground level and on the outside wall of a building that we can get into from the upper floor
an area or room in a house or building that is partially or completely below the ground level
(of a place or piece of equipment) connected to something in a way that is not separable
the highest part of a room, vehicle, etc. that covers it from the inside
a small space or room built into a wall, which is used to store things and is usually shelved
to put paint, patterns, etc. on the inside of a house or room in order to make it more beautiful
a small step in front of the main door of a building or house
an opening like a door, gate, or passage that we can use to enter a building, room, etc.
relating to or located on the outside part of a particular thing
the floor of a building which has the same level as the street level
the floor of a building at ground level
happened, located, or used inside a building
relating to or located on the inside part of a particular thing
a person or a company who rents a room, house, building, etc. to someone else
a property or piece of land that is rented for a specified time and price
happening, located, or used outside
(of an owner) to let someone use a property, car, etc. for a particular time
someone who pays rent to live in someone else's house, room, etc.
something such as a building, tree, etc. that is easy to recognize, which we can use to know where we are
on or toward a higher part of a building
on or toward a lower part of a building, particularly the first floor
a tiny apartment that has only one main room
a set of stairs inside a building including its surrounding side parts that one can hold on to
a room with several beds in which a number of people can sleep, particularly in a school, university, army camp, etc.
(of an area with buildings) designed specially for people to live in; relating to houses in which people live rather than offices, factories, etc.
to live in a place that is either rented or owned
regular work done in a house, especially cleaning, washing, etc.
a system that provides a room or building with warmth
an object that controls the flow of liquid or gas from a container or pipe
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