Some people call this room “The most important room in the house”, others jokingly call it the Throne* Room, there are many names for this room, some of which are vulgar and I would never use. I’ve been told I visit this room everywhere I go and should write a guidebook even 😂. What room are we talking about here? Yes, the toilet!
(throne is the special chair that Kings and Queens sit on)
- Vocabulary for in the Bathroom.
- The many names for the toilet.
- Asking for the toilet politely & embedded questions.
- Verbs for in the bathroom.
- Listening comprehension with my lovely mum.
- The answers to last weeks quiz.
The many names for the toilet
Asking for the toilet in a polite way
We don’t usually say “Where is the toilet?” unless you are with family or close friends. Usually we use a polite question, which we can also call an embedded question.
Verbs for in the bathroom
- To lock the door = to close the door so that no one can enter.
- To go to the toilet = Use the toilet
- To flush the toilet = to push the button or pull the chain to make the toilet clean itself with water.
- to wash your hands = to use soap and water to clean your hands.
- to dry your hands on the towel = to remove the water from your hands.
- to hang up the towel = to replace the towel on the hook or rail.
- To unlock the door = to enable people to go through the door
Listening comprehension about the bathroom with my lovely mum
Watch the video to answer these questions:
- When does the bathroom project start?
- Will the future bathroom be a different colour?
- What colour will the bath be?
- What does Chris compare to an old-fashioned telephone receiver?
- Will there be carpet in the future new bathroom?
I’ll put the answers in next week’s blog ✅
The answers to last weeks quiz
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Have a great day and week!
P.S. Tell me in the comments – do you prefer to have a bath or a shower?