字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is lesson 234, Today we are going to look at the difference between facilities and equipment. Yeah a lot of times students will ask what's the difference between these two. It's a little confusing. So let's take a look at the note here. Equipment, things that are used for a particular hobby, activity, job, etc. including tools, clothes, machines, etc. Yeah. Clothes definitely uniforms are always part of the equipment. Facilities are buildings, rooms, pieces of equipment, especially ones that are firmly or permanently attached to walls or floors such as a swimming pool, the gym, the workout room, etc. So the room itself is definitely part of the facilities. Even when you go to a hotel sometimes you might ask well what types of facilities do you have ? You're really asking if like they have a swimming pool ? Do they have a workout room ? Do they have a sauna room ? Those were definitely part of facilities. Okay. Let's continue. If you go to a Sports Center, the swimming pool is part of the facilities, but people's swimwear, you know, their bathing suits and goggles would be equipment definitely. If you play tennis, the tennis court is part of the facilities. And the tennis rackets that you use and the balls are definitely equipment. If you play baseball, the stadium, the whole stadium, the field, the foul posts. Those big posts like you know what it goes down when you tell it's a foul ball or in fair territory, the wall in the outfield, are parts of the facilities. Of course the baseball gloves that the players wear. Anything especially anything that players hold in their hands, will definitely be equipment. Anything that's movable like that would definitely be equipment. Bats, uniforms again the clothes, definitely equipment. Bases even those bases they don't leave them there permanently. They need to take them out. I've sometimes seen them actually put them in too, etc. are equipment. All that is equipment. All right. So again. I hope you got it. I hope it's clear. Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.