office /ˈɑːfɪs/ (noun) a room, set of rooms or building where people work, usually sitting at desks Example: Are you going to the office today?
stapler /ˈsteɪplər/ (noun) a small device used for putting staples into paper, etc. Example: Do you have a stapler?
staples /ˈsteɪpl/ (adjective) forming a basic, large or important part of something Example: I need some staples.
binder clip /ˈbʌɪndə klɪp/ (noun) is a simple device for binding sheets of paper together Example: Can you buy some binder clips, please?
paper clip /ˈpeɪpər klɪp/ (noun) a piece of bent wire or plastic that is designed to hold loose sheets of paper together Example: My producer reached into his desk drawer and pulled out a few pieces of paper held together with a paper clip
notepad /ˈnəʊtpæd/ (noun) sheets of paper that are held together at the top and used for writing notes on Example: Where did you find my notepad?
folder /ˈfəʊldər/ (noun) a cover made of stiff card or plastic for holding loose papers, etc. Example: Folders are used to hold loose paper.
correction pen /kəˈrekʃn pen/ (noun) is an opaque, usually white fluid applied to paper to mask errors in text Example: Can I use a correction pen to cover errors?
pushpin /ˈpʊʃpɪn/ (noun) a type of drawing pin with a coloured plastic head that is not flat Example: Add pushpins to mark certain locations on the map
thumbtack /ˈθʌmtæk/ (noun) a short pin with a large round, flat head, used especially for fastening paper to a board or wall Example: Where can I buy some thumbtack?
highlighter /ˈhaɪlaɪtər/ (noun) a special pen used for marking words in a text in bright colours Example: I left my highlighter at home.