Vocabulaire lié à la maison en anglais

Nous passons la plupart de notre temps dans notre maison. Bien que vous puissiez dire des mots comme lit et télévision en français, lisez la suite pour savoir comment les utiliser en anglais.

1. air conditioner – [ air  kuh n-dish-uh-ner ]

Meaning: a machine that keeps the air in a building cool.

French: climatiseur

He switched on the air conditioner as it was too hot in the house. (Il a allumé le climatiseur parce qu’il faisait trop chaud dans la maison.)

2. Backyard – [ bakyahrd ]

Meaning – a space at the back of a house, usually surrounded by a fence, and covered with grass

French: arrière-cour

They hosted a party in their backyard. (Ils ont organisé une fête dans leur arrière-cour.)

3. Barbecue – [ bahr-bi-kyoo ]

Meaning –  metal frame on which meat, fish, or vegetables are cooked outdoors over a fire

French -barbecue

For her birthday, she was surprised with a barbecue party. (Pour son anniversaire, elle a été surprise par un barbecue.)

4. Basement – [ beys-muh nt ]

Meaning – a part of a building consisting of rooms that are partly or completely below the level of the ground

French: Sous-sol

Kids usually play in the basement. (Les enfants jouent généralement au sous-sol.)

5. Bathroom – [ bahth-room ]

Meaning: a room with a toilet in it

French: – Salle de bains

You can refresh yourself in the bathroom. (Vous pouvez vous rafraîchir dans la salle de bain.)

6. Bathtub – [ bahth – tuhb ]

Meaning – a long plastic, metal, or ceramic container that is filled with water so that you can sit or lie in it to wash your whole body

French – Baignoire

He likes to read in the bathtub. (Il aime lire dans la baignoire.)

7. Bedroom – [ bed-room ]

Meaning – a room used for sleeping in

French Chambre à coucher

She rested in her bedroom for a while. (Elle s’est reposée dans sa chambre à coucher pendant un moment.)

8. Broom – [ broo m ]

Meaning – a brush with a long handle, used for cleaning the floor

French – balai

She cleaned the house with a broom. (Elle a nettoyé la maison avec un balai.)

9. Bunk bed –  [ buhngk bed ]

Meaning – one of two beds attached together, one on top of the other

French – lit superposé

The children were happy to see their new bunk beds. (Les enfants étaient heureux de voir leurs nouveaux lits superposés.)

10. Closet – 

Meaning – a cupboard or a small room with a door, used for storing things, especially clothes

French – placard

Her closet was filled with all things pink. (Son placard était rempli de tout ce qui était rose.)

11. Cupboard –kloz-it ]

Meaning – a piece of furniture or a small part of a room with a door or doors behind which there is space for storing things, usually on shelves

French –  placard

There was no empty place for extra clothes in his cupboard. (Il n’y avait pas d’espace vide pour des vêtements supplémentaires dans son placard.)

12. Dining room –  [ dahyning  room ]

Meaning: a room in which meals are eaten

French – Salle à manger

They all gathered in the dining room for supper.(Ils se sont tous réunis dans la salle à manger pour souper.)

13. Furniture –  [ fur-ni-cher ]

Meaning- things such as chairs, tables, beds, cupboards, etc. that are put into a house or other building to make it suitable and comfortable for living or working in

French – meuble

The vintage hotel had furniture as old as a hundred years. (L’hôtel vintage avait des meubles centenaires.)

14. Hall –  [ hawl ]

Meaning – the area just inside the main entrance of a house, apartment, or other building that leads to other rooms and usually to the stairs

French: Salle

They all sat in the hall to watch a movie.(Ils se sont tous assis dans la salle pour regarder un film.)

15. Key – [ kee ]

Meaning – a piece of metal that has been cut into a special shape and is used for opening or closing a lock, starting a car engine, etc.

French – Clé

She forgot the house keys inside in a hurry.(Elle a oublié les clés de la maison à l’intérieur en toute hâte.)

16. Kitchen –  [ kichuh n ]

Meaning – a room where food is kept, prepared, and cooked and where the dishes are washed

French – Cuisine

Mom spends most of her time in the kitchen cooking for us. (Maman passe la plupart de son temps dans la cuisine à cuisiner pour nous.)

17. Shelf –  [ shelf ]

Meaning: a long, flat board fixed horizontally, usually against a wall or inside a cupboard so that objects can be stored on it

French: Étagère

Her book shelf had books of all the genres.(Son étagère avait des livres de tous les genres.)

18. Shower –  [ shou-er ]

Meaning – a device that releases drops of water through a lot of very small holes and that you stand under to wash your whole body

French- douche

He is always too lazy to take a shower.(Il est toujours trop paresseux pour prendre une douche.)

19. Sink –  [ singk ]

Meaning:  a bowl that is attached to the wall in a kitchen or bathroom in which you wash dishes or your hands,

French: Évier

They put the used vessels in the sink. (Ils ont mis les récipients utilisés dans l’évier.)

Maintenant que vous connaissez la signification de ces mots, assurez-vous de les utiliser quotidiennement dans vos conversations. Est-ce vous pouvez decrire votre maison en anglais?