Construction and Tools Vocab

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Construction and Tools English Vocab

Construction and Tools English Vocab Training

If you’re like me and planning some home improvements in the near future, you will soon become familiar with the sound of these tools in operation, as well as how the word/phrase sounds in its RP British Accent pronunciation.  You don’t have to work in the construction industry to find these audio and video pronunciation files useful.

Attempting a bit of DIY at the weekend?  Make sure you’re confident in your pronunciation of some familiar tools:

Saw, Hammer, Screwdriver : everyday items that you may need to purchase at your local hardware store.

Below is a selection of construction and tools English vocab audio and video files.  Listen to the audio files on the go.  Watch the video and improve your spelling as you follow the vocab on the screen.

Video: Construction Sites Vocab Part One :

Audio: Construction Sites Vocab Part One:

Vocab covered:

wire

insulation

Wood

lumber

beam

rafters,

Bricks

Trowels

foundations

excavation site

shovel

excavator.

pickaxe

wheelbarrow,

vans,

pickup truck

Video: Construction Sites Vocab Part Two:

Audio: Construction Sites Vocab Part Two:

construction workers

scaffolding

toolbelt,

cement mixer

builder

bulldozer

digger

excavation site,

cherry picker

spirit level,

tape measure

pneumatic drill

ear protectors

cone

hard hat,

girder,

pipe

Video: Workshop Tools Part One:

Audio: Workshop Tools Part One:

Saws

circular saw

hacksaw

jigsaw

power saw

drill

screw

screwdriver

nail

hammer,

glue

clamp

measuring tape,

ruler

spirit level

Video: Workshop Tools Part Two:

Audio: Workshop Tool Part Two

washer

bolt

monkey wrench

spanner.

extension cord.

Sandpaper

paintbrush

toolbox.

wheelbarrow.

ladder,

plane,

pliers,

Stanley knife

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