In this video, you will learn the English names of the items you’ll find in a bathroom in a person’s home. A bathroom is a room in the home for personal hygiene activities, generally containing a sink and either a bathtub, a shower, or both. In some countries, the toilet is included in this room, for ease of plumbing, whereas other cultures consider this insanitary, and give that fixture a room of its own.
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Shower: a piece of equipment producing a spray of water that you stand under to wash yourself; the small room or part of a room that contains a shower
Bathtub: a large, long container that you put water in and then get into to wash your whole body
Drain: a channel or pipe carrying off surplus liquid, especially rainwater or liquid waste.
Faucet: a device that controls the flow of water from a pipe.
Mirror: a piece of glass that reflects an image.
Towel: a piece of fabric, usually made of cotton, for drying the body.
Shampoo: a liquid soap that is used for washing your hair
Soap: a substance that you use with water for washing your body soap and water
Sink: a wide bowl that has a faucet and a drain to let the water out. It is usually attached to the wall or is positioned on top of a pedestal.
Toothbrush: a plastic object with a handle and bristles that is used to clean the teeth.
Toothpaste: a substance that you put on a brush and use to clean your teeth
Hairdryer: an electrical device for drying a person’s hair by blowing warm air over it.
Razor: an instrument that is used for shaving
Toilet: a large bowl that you sit on that collects bodily waste which is flushed away through a pipe with water.
Toilet paper: thin sheets of paper that is used to wipe the body after one uses the toilet.
Toilet seat: hinged unit consisting of a round or oval open seat, and usually a lid, which is bolted onto the bowl of a toilet used in a sitting position (as opposed to a squat toilet).
Learn more words related to the bathroom by watching this video.
0:00 Shower and bath vocabulary
4:30 Toilet vocabulary
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