156 – Chores & Errands – English Vocabulary Lesson

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156 - Chores & Errands - English Vocabulary Lesson

It seems like Steve is running a few errands today.

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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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  1. I teach my students that chores are ‘jobs’ to do in/around the house: wash dishes; clean your room; take the dog for a walk; rake the leaves. But errands are ‘jobs’ done outside the house: pick up some milk; get the dry cleaning from the dry cleaners.

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