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Home Maintenance Vocabulary Review: with “Needs to BE done” and “needs doing” DIRECTIONS: Make statements about the messes in the slides that follow.

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1 Home Maintenance Vocabulary Review: with “Needs to BE done” and “needs doing”
DIRECTIONS: Make statements about the messes in the slides that follow using “need(s) + verb-ing” or “need(s) to be + past participle”. You may reuse the same subject nouns several times in each frame. ©The English Hub

2 “The bathroom needs cleaning.”
Verb Bank plunge unclog clear snake remove pour (liquid) Examples: “The bathroom needs cleaning.” “The toilet paper needs to be removed.” “The toilet needs to be plunged.” ©The English Hub

3 Verb Bank sweep scrub replace ©The English Hub

4 Verb Bank cut water trim clean up remove prune weed ©The English Hub

5 Verb Bank dust clean wipe wash ©The English Hub

6 Verb Bank clean up wash dry clean pick up rinse fold ©The English Hub

7 Verb Bank paint peel scrape smooth coat sand ©The English Hub

8 Verb Bank disinfect trap bait sterilize cleanse sanitize catch poison
©The English Hub

9 Verb Bank sweep mop sponge/scrub wipe wash polish ©The English Hub

10 Verb Bank organize arrange clear clean neaten de-clutter throw out
file ©The English Hub

11 Verb Bank fix cover shut off drain tighten replace (the joining piece)
©The English Hub

12 Verb Bank make (the bed) clean (up) tidy up pick up straighten up
put away ©The English Hub

13 Verb Bank remove repair patch seal reattach cover hammer
©The English Hub

14 Verb Bank collect rake clear pile (leaf) blow gather bag
©The English Hub

15 Verb Bank replace test turn off change unhook plug in (batteries)
©The English Hub


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