Both chores and errands are jobs that you need to do around the house. These are personal jobs that you need to do to keep your life organized and your house clean. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at some of the vocabulary we use to talk about these jobs.
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Here are the example sentences:
Listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details
- Tommy hates to do the dishes when they have pasta because the dishes are hard to
- I don’t need to do the dishes because I just got a dishwasher.
- We usually do the laundry on Saturday mornings.
- If it is a sunny day, we can do the laundry and then hang the clothes outside to dry.
- I walk my dog every morning at 6:30am.
- Nobody likes to walk the dog in the rain.
Jenny walks her dogs in the park in the evening.
- I have to do a few errands tomorrow before going to the gym.
- Jack was running errands when his car got a flat tire.
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- Jack thinks he may have gotten the flu!
Today’s listening challenge:
- What’s Jenny’s problem and Jack’s solution?
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