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A boathouse (or a boat house) is a building especially designed for the storage of boats, normally smaller craft for sports or leisure use. These are typically located on open water, such as on a river. Sometimes, a boathouse may be the headquarters of a boat club or rowing club. It may also include a restaurant, a bar, and other leisure facilities. Boathouses also sometimes include living rooms for people, or the whole structure may be used as temporary or permanent housing. Nowadays, many people live on water in boathouses. People living in them cook and sleep in the boat just like those living in a house on land. Sometimes they are used for vacations only, but throughout the world people live in them all year, especially in places experiencing frequent flooding
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Motorhomes usually have sleeping spaces for 2–8 people. Each sleeping space is either fixed or converts from another part of the motorhome's interior, usually a fold-out sofa. A kitchenette area contains cooking equipment. The type of equipment included differs depending on the motorhome make and model, but generally a kitchenette has a stovetop, oven, refrigerator, and sink. More luxury models may also provide a microwave. A small bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet is usually also located in the motorhome. The toilet sometimes swivels to provide extra room and can be accessed from outside the motorhome. Larger motorhomes usually have a separate shower area. A motorhome also has a cab area with a driver and passenger seat. These seats often swivel to become part of the living space. A dinette area provides a table and seating space typically used for eating meals. A lounge may also be included a U-shaped sofa located in the rear of the motorhome.
- kitchenette (n) phòng bếp nhỏ
- dinette (n) phòng ăn nhỏ
- interior (n) nội thất
- swivel (v) có thể xoay