I have to talk to my landlord. S/he only speaks Chinese. Is there helpful vocabulary?

Talking to landlords is a challenge at the start, but also an opportunity to test your language skills in a real life situation. Here you find a list of vocabulary which will help you here:

房间 fángjiān apartment
加热器 jiārèqì heater
热水 rèshuǐ hot water
有家具的房间 yǒu jiāju de fángjiān furnished apartment
被面 bèimiàn bedcover
枕头 zhěntou pillow
蜡烛 làzhú candle
发票 fāpiào receipt
房客 fángkè tenant
押金 yājīn deposit
空调 kōngtiáo air-condition
热水器 rèshuǐqì water heater
冰箱 bīngxiāng refrigerator
 实用程序 shíyòng chéngxù utilities
灯火管制 dēnghuǒ guǎnzhì blackout
电卡 diànkǎ electricity card
充值 \ 充电 chōng zhí \ chōng diàn recharge money \ battery
量电计 liángdiànjì e-meter
马桶搋子 mǎtǒng chuāizi plunger
抹布 mā bù wiping cloth
蟑螂 zhāngláng cockroach
杀虫剂 shā chóng jì insecticide
最终扫除 zuìzhōng sǎochú final cleaning
门卡主了 mén kǎzhù le the door is jammed
厕所被阻塞 cèsuǒ bèi zǔsè the toilet is clogged
我丢了我的护照 \ 钱包 wǒ diū le wǒ de hùzhào \ qiánbāo I lost my passport \ wallet

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