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Sunday, June 10, 2007

In my bathroom (cuarto de baño)

The following thirteen words relate to the day-to-day usage in the context of your bathroom (tu cuarto de baño). Just read through them one word at a time. Read the Spanish word first and then the meaning. Then read and understand the visualization given next to it. Notice the syllables/words/phrases that appear in bold. Try to relate the visual image to the word and its meaning. Now, close your eyes and just imagine the visual imagination you just read and repeat it to yourself for 10-15 seconds. Now, open your eyes. Before you realize it, you have already learnt the word forever! Try it here:

la bañera bathtub (a beautiful girl in a banana-shaped bathtub in open air!)

el excusado toilet (a constipating third-grader to his teacher: “Excuse me! I need to do it in the toilet!”)

el lavamanos washbowl (a large volcanic crater minus the lava looks like a giant’s washbowl)

el botiquín medicine cabinet (a bottle of gin rhyming with kin – in my medicine cabinet)

el jabón soap (a bone made up of soap. How weak!)

la toalla towel (a new towel is given free to all the new members of this gym)

el cortinero curtain rod (a curtain on an aero plane window)

el gorro de baño shower cap (he just gored a hole through his shower cap so that water could wet his head during a baño (shower), ain’t he a fool?)

la ducha shower (a gorgeous-looking duchess emerging from her bathroom just after a long shower)

la jabonera soap dish (a jabón kept in a soap dish in open air)

la esponja sponge (a sponge for your ears)

el champú shampoo (a Chinese shampoo!)

el desagüe drain (agua is water and it is discharged through a drain)

Now, come back after a few hours and see how many words you still remember. Chances are, all of them! All you need to always do is to relate the word to its visual picture and that's it! Happy learning...

Did visualization help you improve your bathroom vocabulary? If yes, then you might want to try this for kitchen-related words! Happy learning!!

bathroom said...

Cabinets and countertops offer the much-needed storage space in the bathroom to store your toiletries, keep medicines and first-aid box, cleaning milk, moisturizer and deodorants, towels and napkins besides other things that you use daily while showering in your bath. They are powerful accents to your bath décor and help you to define the tone and style of the bathroom wall cabinets and make the best use of the wall and floor surface of the area. http://bathroom-wall-cabinets.blogspot.com .

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A bathroom is a room that may have different functions depending on the culturalist context. In the most literal sense, the word bathroom means "a room with a bath". Because the traditional bathtubs have partly made way for modern showers, including steam showers, the more general definition is "a room where one bathes".

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All throughout history, bathrooms have been given names like john, outhouse, comfort room, toilet. The Spanish word for bathroom is called el cuarto de baño.

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The traditional bathtubs have partly made way for modern showers, including steam showers, the more general definition is "a room where one bathes".

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In the most literal sense, the word bathroom means "a room with a bath". Because the traditional bathtubs have partly made way for modern showers!

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