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    essential, necessity or basic

    Hello~ Would you help me with saying this naturally please?

    A: Do you have empty room in your house? I plan to move out.

    B: Yes, we have one.

    A: Good, do you have desk and bed then?

    B: ⓐOf course, Thatís basic! We also have wardrobe, big stand light and nice curtain in that room.
    ⓑOf course, Thatís essential!
    ⓒOf course, Thatís standard!

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    Re: essential, necessity or basic

    I think "basics" is a good choice in this context.

    "Those are the basics! We also have a wardrobe, a big stand light and nice curtains in that room"

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