Housing Vocabulary in American and British English

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Housing vocabulary in American and British English

Bath —–<>—– Bath Tub

Bin/ Dust Bin —–<>—– Trash Can

Block of Flats —–<>—– Apartment Building, Apartment House

Bungalow —–<>—– One Story House

Bureau De Change —–<>—– Currency Exchange

Chemist’s Shop —–<>—– Drugstore

The Cinema —–<>—– The Movies

Cooker —–<>—– Stove, Range

Corner Shop —–<>—– Grocery Store

Creche —–<>—– Daycare

Curtains —–<>—– Curtains, Drapes

Drawing Room —–<>—– Living Room

First Floor —–<>—– Second Floor

Fishmoner’s —–<>—– Fish Store

Fruiterer’s —–<>—– Fruit Store

Garden —–<>—– Back Yard

Ground Floor —–<>—– Ground Floor, First Floor, Lobby

Flat —–<>—– Apartment

Floor —–<>—– Storey

Inronmonger —–<>—– Harware Store

Lift —–<>—– Elevator

Lounge —–<>—– Living Room

Pushchair —–<>—– Stroller

Radio, Wireless —–<>—– Radio

Ranch —–<>—– House

Reception —–<>—– Front Desk, Lobby 

Semi-Detached —–<>—– House Duplex

Shopping Center —–<>—– Shopping Mall

Sink, Washbasin —–<>—– Sink

Sweet Shop —–<>—– Candy Store

Terrace —–<>—– Town House

Tap —–<>—– Faucet

Toilet, Loo, WC —–<>—– Washroom, Bathroom, Restroom

Torch —–<>—– Flashlight

Town Centre —–<>—– Downtown

Trolley —–<>—– Cart

Telly —–<>—– TV (Televison)

Tea Towel/ Tea Cloth —–<>—– Dish Towel

Wardrobe—–<>—– Closet

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