floor /flɔːr/ (noun) the surface of a room that you walk on Example: The body was lying on the kitchen floor.
window /ˈwɪndəʊ/ (noun) an opening in the wall or roof of a building, car, etc., usually covered with glass, that allows light and air to come in and people to see out; the glass in a window Example: I sit next to the window.
house /haʊs/ (noun) a building for people to live in, usually for one family Example: My house is very big.
lamp /læmp/ (noun) a device that uses electricity, oil or gas to produce light Example: This lamp looks very lovely.
wall /wɔːl/ (noun) a long, solid structure that rises straight up from the ground, made of stone, brick or concrete , that surrounds, divides or protects an area of land Example: The fields were divided by stone walls.
painting /ˈpeɪntɪŋ/ (noun) a picture that has been painted Example: a collection of paintings by American artists
television /ˈtelɪvɪʒn/ (noun) a piece of electrical equipment with a screen on which you can watch programmes with moving pictures and sounds Example: This television is very expensive.
living room /ˈlɪvɪŋ ruːm/ (noun) a room in a house where people sit together, watch television, etc. Example: Our living room is very big.
bookcase /ˈbʊkkeɪs/ (noun) a piece of furniture with shelves for keeping books on Example: There are many books on the bookcase .
sofa /ˈsəʊfə/ (noun) a long comfortable seat with a back and arms, for two or more people to sit on Example: I prefer the blue sofa to the red sofa.
coffee table /ˈkɔːfi teɪbl/ (noun) a small low table for putting magazines, cups, etc. on, usually in front of a sofa Example: The coffee table is in the middle of the living room.
ceiling fan /ˈsiːlɪŋ fan/ is a mechanical fan mounted on the ceiling of a room or space, usually electrically powered, that uses hub-mounted rotating blades to circulate air. Example:
remote control /rɪˌməʊt kənˈtrəʊl/ (noun) the ability to operate a machine from a distance using radio or electrical signals Example: Where is the TV remote control?
sound system /ˈsaʊnd sɪstəm/ (noun) equipment for playing recorded or live music and for making it louder Example:
front door /ˌfrʌnt ˈdɔːr/ (noun) the main entrance to a house, usually at the front Example:
back door /ˌbæk ˈdɔːr/ (noun) the door at the back or side of a building Example:
ceiling /ˈsiːlɪŋ/ (noun) the top inside surface of a room Example:
staircase /ˈsterkeɪs/ (noun) a set of stairs inside a building including the banisters (= posts and bars that are fixed at the side) Example:
landing /ˈlændɪŋ/ (noun) an act of bringing an aircraft or a spacecraft down to the ground after a journey Example:
drainpipe /ˈdreɪnpaɪp/ (noun) a pipe that carries rainwater from the roof of a building to a drain Example:
loft /lɔːft/ (noun) a space just below the roof of a house, often used for storing things and sometimes made into a room Example: