1. Hammer: a tool with a heavy metal head mounted at right angles at the end of a handle, used for jobs such as breaking things and driving in nails.
2. Trowel: a small handheld tool with a flat, pointed blade, used to apply and spread mortar or plaster.
3. Screwdriver: a tool with a flattened or cross - shaped tip that fits into the head of a screw to turn it.
4. Pliers: pincers with parallel, flat, and typically serrated surfaces, used chiefly for gripping small objects or bending wire.
5. Tape measure: a length of tape or thin flexible metal, marked at graded intervals for measuring.
6. Rake: an implement consisting of a pole with a toothed crossbar or fine tines at the end, used especially for drawing together cut grass or smoothing loose soil or gravel.
7. Spade: a tool with a sharp - edged, typically rectangular, metal blade and a long handle, used for digging or cutting earth, sand, turf, etc.
8. Fork: a farm or garden tool with three or four prongs, used for digging or lifting.
9. Level: an instrument marked with a line parallel to the plane of the horizon for testing whether things are horizontal.
10. File: tool for establishing a horizontal plane.
11. Wrench: an adjustable tool like a spanner, used for gripping and turning nuts or bolts.
12. Nail: a small metal spike with a broadened flat head, driven into wood to join things together or to serve as a hook.
13. Screw: a nail - shaped or rod - shaped piece with a spiral groove and a slotted or recessed head designed to be inserted into material by rotating
14. Clamp: a device made of wood or metal that is used to hold two things together tightly
15. Shears: a cutting instrument in which two blades move past each other, like scissors but typically larger.
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