In this blog post we look at when to use appartment and when to use apartment.
The correct spelling of the word is "apartment." "Appartment" is a misspelling of the word.
An apartment is a self-contained housing unit that is part of a larger building, typically consisting of one or more rooms, a kitchen, and a bathroom. It is a type of dwelling that is often rented out to individuals or families.
She lives in a small apartment in the city. (The apartment is a self-contained housing unit in a larger building.)
He is looking for a two-bedroom apartment to rent. (The apartment has two bedrooms.)
Here are ten example sentences using the word apartment:
She lives in a small apartment in the city.
He is looking for a two-bedroom apartment to rent.
The apartment complex has a pool, a gym, and a playground for the residents.
She just moved into a new apartment and is excited to decorate it.
He is trying to save money by living in a studio apartment.
The apartment has a balcony with a view of the city.
She is looking for a furnished apartment for her short-term stay.
He is planning to buy an apartment in the city and move out of his parents' house.
The apartment building has a security system and a concierge service.
She is moving into a larger apartment to accommodate her growing family.