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©The English Hub 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 Verb Bank plungeunclog clearsnake removepour (liquid) Examples: “The bathroom needs cleaning.” “The toilet paper needs to be removed.” “The toilet needs to be plunged.”
©The English Hub Verb Bank sweepscrubreplace
©The English Hub Verb Bank cutwater trimclean up removeprune weed
©The English Hub Verb Bank dustclean wipewash
©The English Hub Verb Bank clean upwash dry clean pick up rinsefold
©The English Hub Verb Bank paintpeelscrape smoothcoatsand
©The English Hub Verb Bank disinfecttrap baitsterilize cleansesanitize catchpoison
©The English Hub Verb Bank sweepmop sponge/ scrub wipe washpolish
©The English Hub Verb Bank organizearrange clearclean neatende- clutter throw out file
©The English Hub Verb Bank fixcover shut offdrain tighten (the joining piece) replace
©The English Hub Verb Bank make (the bed) clean (up)tidy up pick upstraighten upput away
©The English Hub Verb Bank removerepairpatchseal reattachcoverhammer
©The English Hub Verb Bank collectrakeclearpile (leaf) blowgatherbag
©The English Hub Verb Bank replacetest turn offchange (batteries) unhookplug in
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