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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111814: Vocabulary: Lucy's bedroom
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    Vocabulary: Lucy's bedroom


     

    There is a sacred territory, soon to be forbidden to moms... Lucy's bedroom! You're allowed a visit today, but it's quite exceptional ...  

    1) The bed and bedding: Lucy wanted to have (bunk beds) to be able to invite her friends... Mom and Dad refused that, but have accepted a trundle bed (under Lucy's). On her bed, there is a mattress, sheets and blankets, or rather her duvet or quilt, her pillow (with its case). 

               

                 A single bed 

     

                Bunk-beds

     

              A fitted-sheet

     

         

                 Cushions

                             A blanket

                A duvet (-cover)

           

                A pillow (case)

                  A bed cover

                A carpet (GB)/ a rug(US)

    Lucy plays hopscotch on her special carpet/rug

     

    2) Near the bed: 

    A bedside table (GB)= Nightstand (US)

                  A (bedside) lamp

                      An alarm (clock)

       

                          A desk

                      A (desk) lamp

                     A swivel chair

             

                            Shelves

                        Boards 

                   A chest of drawers

     

    On the shelves (a shelf), there are books, of course,  but also games, boxes, and baskets to put toys away.

    Of course, Lucy would be really annoyed if she couldn't put her toys away, very fast, in ... 

     

                                                                                                 

                                                                                  her toy box / her toy storage box.





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    1. Oh Mom! I'm so glad you had my room redecorated during the break. My little old bed has gone but, my new one is a where my best friend Claire can sleep when she comes.

    This is very handy to have the in order to read in bed and my to wake me up for school. 3. I'm glad you've given up flat and and I have this new too. Much easier to make my bed in the morning...
    4. And I love my new Frozen , with Anna's face on the , my bed looks awesome!
    5. I'll do my homework at my new , after writing the first draft on my white . I like that.
    I like my new alphabet too... I can learn the A, B, C on it. Claire plays hopscotch on hers.
    7. 'Oh, Mom... Have you thrown my toys away? I can't see them.' 'Don't worry, Lucy, they're either in on your , or in a safe place in your !' ' Oh Mom, I love it, and I love you!'








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