examples of tents 
Tents: portable waterproof soft-sided shelters that are stretched taut over a frame and temporarily pitched outdoors.
Spacious tent with several rooms that can accommodate about four people.
One of the fabric circles attached to the tent’s outer edge; stakes are driven through the loops to anchor the tent to the ground.
Structure of stainless steel, plastic or carbon tubing that forms the framework of the tent and gives it shape.
Partition that divides the tent’s interior into separate rooms.
Cable used to stretch the tent frame taut and hold it firmly in place on the ground.
Bottom part of the tent canvas that is reinforced.
Canvas floor sewn into the bottom of the tent; it protects the interior from ground dampness and runoff.
Elasticized cable used to stretch the canvas taut and anchor it to the ground.
Opening that lets air and light in and keeps mosquitoes out.
Canvas overhang that is placed above the window to shelter it from rain and sun.
Part of the tent that serves as a sleeping area.
Part of the tent that serves as a common living area.