Learn Different Parts of the House in English through Pictures and Examples.
A house is a building that functions as a home, ranging from simple dwellings such as rudimentary huts of nomadic tribes and the improvised shacks in shantytowns. There are many different parts of a house.
Let’s see Parts of a House!
You can jump to any section of this lesson:
- 1 Parts of the House Vocabulary
- 1.1 Ridge
- 1.2 Roof
- 1.3 Chimney pot
- 1.4 Chimney
- 1.5 Satellite dish
- 1.6 Wall
- 1.7 Window
- 1.8 Hanging basket
- 1.9 Garage door
- 1.10 Basement
- 1.11 Driveway
- 1.12 Fence
- 1.13 Balcony
- 1.14 Door
- 1.15 Brick
- 1.16 Letter box/ Mailbox
- 1.17 Antenna
- 1.18 Door knocker
- 1.19 Garage
- 1.20 Gable
- 1.21 Shutter
- 1.22 Skylight
- 1.23 Step
- 1.24 Burglar alarm
- 1.25 Doorstep
- 1.26 Dormer window
- 1.27 Eaves
- 1.28 Stairs
- 2 Parts of the House | Image
Parts of the House Vocabulary
– We finally reached the crest of the ridge.
– The rain seeped through the roof.
– The chimney pot is purely ornamental.
– He believes Santa Claus comes in through the chimney.
– Put in a satellite dish and those people can attend meetings anywhere.
– I can hear voices through the wall.
– Would you mind if I closed the window?
– There’s even new purple on the stems of ivy in front-porch hanging baskets.
– She glanced out the tiny slits of windows in the garage door.
– In the basement, there’s no room to stash.
– You can’t park here, you’re obstructing my driveway.
– The house is encircled by a high fence.
– She led us to a room with a balcony overlooking the harbour.
– A golden key opens every door.
– He hurled the bricks through the window.
Letter box/ Mailbox
– There’s a policeman standing near the letter box.
– Our TV receives well since we had a new antenna put on.
– He moved on to larger-scale pieces like fireplace equipment and door knockers.
– She drove the car into the garage.
– In the high front gable a plaque says 1857.
– He left the shutter open.
– The skylight will provide good illumination from above.
– Jenny sat on the step in front of the house, waiting.
– I forgot to set the burglar alarm.
– He saw a stranger standing at the doorstep.
– The roof has several small dormer windows.
– He had been sheltering under the eaves.
– She ran lightly up the stairs.