031110 chores and errands (liesl)

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031110 chores and errands (liesl)

  1. 1. ChoresChores andand errandserrands
  2. 2. something you have to do at home. Examples: + Taking out the garbage + Doing the dishes + Sweeping the floor + Mopping the floor + Doing the laundry
  3. 3. when you have to go somewhere to do something. Examples: + Taking mail to the post office + Filling the car with fuel + Buying groceries + Paying bills
  4. 4. Chore: “I have some chores to finish around the house.” Errand: “I have to run some errands in town today.”
  5. 5. See if you can recognize the difference between a chore and an errand:
  6. 6. Doing the laundry.
  7. 7. Mailing letters at the post office.
  8. 8. Watering the flowers and plants at home.
  9. 9. Cleaning the bathroom.
  10. 10. Going to the bank.
  11. 11. Filling the car with fuel.
  12. 12. Cleaning the house.
  13. 13. Fixing things around the house.
  14. 14. Paying the bills.
  15. 15. Which chores do you have to do at home? Examples: “I have to do laundry on Saturdays.” “I sweep the floor every day.”
  16. 16. Which errands do you usually run? Examples: “I usually buy the groceries.” “I pay the bills every month.”

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