Do you often help your parents do chores? do chores = do housework
clean the living room do the dishes make the bed wash the dishes
take out the rubbish fold the clothes sweep the floor
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sweep the floor do the dishes make the bed take out the rubbish fold the clothes clean the living room (study for my test) (clean the living room ) (babysit my sister)(Yes, sure.) (do my homework)(Yes, sure.) A: Could you please take out the rubbish? B: Yes, sure./ Of course./ All right. /OK. Sorry, I can’t. I have to do my homework. Sorry, I can’t. I am doing the dishes.
Which group can ask and answer more questions with the verb phrases? Chain drills A: Tom, could you please do the dishes? B: Yes, sure. Ann, Could you … ? C: Sorry, I can ’ t. Jim, … D: …
A: Could you please sweep the floor? B: Yes, sure. Can you do the dishes? A: Well, could you please do them? I’m going to clean the living room. B: No problem. Example: Make conversations about the chores in 1a. 1c