Rachel’s English / BATHROOM VOCABULARY | Learn English Vocabulary
English vocabulary in the bathroom. Now in the house we call this word a “bathroom”.
But if you’re out like at a restaurant, you might call it the “restroom”.
This is called a toilet but if you have little kids, there’s a good chance that for some reason,
you call it a “potty”. This here is the “flusher” also called the “handle”. The toilet has a “lid” and a “seat”. Ew.
In the shower we have a “shower curtain” , a “curtain liner” and a “grab bar” so you don’t fall getting in and out the shower.
This is called the “curtain rod”.
We have the “shower head”, the “shower faucet” and the “drain”.
A “towel rack” with a “hand towel”.
Do you notice I’m dropping the d in that word? It comes after an n before another consonant. hand towel, no d.
Here we have the “sink faucet” and the “vanity”.
Shelvings, another towel rack and the bath mat.
And a disgusting but essential tool for plunger.
As a bonus, I put in some fresh flowers in the vase. Isn’t that nice?
plunger [plʌ́ndʒər] パイプの吸引具