- Answer Key
- hand truck【hænd trʌk】
- tape measure【ˈteɪp meʒər】
- work glove(s)【wɜːrk ɡlʌv】
:a box with a lid for keeping tools in
:a tool with a handle and a heavy metal head, used for breaking things or hitting nails
:a tool that has a long blade with sharp points (called teeth) along one of its edges. A saw is moved backwards and forwards by hand or driven by electricity and is used for cutting wood or metal.
:a tool made of a chain with sharp teeth set in it that is driven by a motor and used for cutting wood
:a metal tool with a specially shaped end for holding and turning things, including one which can be adjusted to fit objects of different sizes, also called a monkey wrench or an adjustable spanner
:a tool with a wooden handle and a heavy metal blade, used for chopping wood, cutting down trees, etc.
:a large heavy tool that has a curved metal bar with sharp ends fixed at the centre to a wooden handle. It is used for breaking rocks or hard ground.
:a tool or machine with a pointed end for making holes
:a straight iron bar, usually with a curved end, used for forcing open boxes and moving heavy objects
:a tool with a sharp flat edge at the end, used for shaping wood, stone or metal
:a tool with a blade (= sharp metal part)set in a flat surface, used for making the surface of wood smooth by cutting very thin layers off it
:a tool with a narrow blade that is specially shaped at the end, used for turning screws
:a metal tool with handles, used for holding things firmly and twisting and cutting wire
:a metal tool with a rough surface for cutting or shaping hard substances or for making them smooth
:a tool with two metal blocks that can be moved together by turning a screw. The vise is used to hold an object in place while work is done on it.
:a small thin pointed piece of metal with a flat head, used for hanging things on a wall or for joining pieces of wood together
:a long, narrow piece of metal that you slide across the inside of a door or window in order to lock it
:a small piece of metal with a hole through the centre that is screwed onto a bolt to hold pieces of wood, machinery, etc. together
:a thin pointed piece of metal like a nail with a raised spiral line (called a thread ) along it and a line or cross cut into its head. Screws are turned and pressed into wood, metal, etc. with a screwdriver in order to fasten two things together.
:a piece of metal, plastic, etc. on which a door, lid or gate moves freely as it opens or closes
:a series of connected metal rings, used for pulling or fastening things; a length of chain used for a particular purpose
hand truck【hænd trʌk】
tape measure【ˈteɪp meʒər】
:a long, thin piece of plastic, cloth or flexible metal that has measurements marked on it and is used for measuring the length or height of something
:strong paper with a rough surface covered with sand or a similar substance, used for rubbing surfaces in order to make them smooth
:a liquid that is put on surfaces to give them a particular colour; a layer of this liquid when it has dried on a surface
:a piece of wood, metal or plastic, like a tube in shape, that rolls over and over, used as a tool or as part of a machine, for example to make something flat or to move something
:a brush that is used for painting
:a piece of equipment for climbing up and down a wall, the side of a building, etc., consisting of two lengths of wood or metal that are joined together by steps or rungs
:a short ladder that is made of two parts, one with steps, that are joined together at the top, so that it can stand on its own or be folded flat for carrying or storing
:a tube through which liquids and gases can flow
work glove(s)【wɜːrk ɡlʌv】