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Housekeeping

Vacuum Aspirar el piso

Vacuum Cleaner Aspiradora

Iron PLancha

Ironing Board Tabla de planchar

Take out the trash Sacar la basura

Wash Dishes Lavar Platos

Dishwasher Lavaplatos

Sweep Barrer

Broom Escoba

Mop Trapeador

Floor Piso

Stove Estufa

Refrigerato Refrigerador

Freezer Congelador

Dust Sacudir

Clean Limpiar

Clean the House Limpiar la casa

Washer Lavadora

Dryer Secadora

Make the Bed Hacer la cama

Paint Pintar

Toaster Tostador(a)

Coffee Pot Cafetera

Wash Lavar

Set the Table Poner la mesa

Clear the Furniture Quitar la mesa

Lights Luces

Microwave Microondas

Garage Garaje

House Keeping

Clean clin Limpiar

Disinfectant dis in fect ant Desinfectante

Vacuum va cuum Aspirar

Mop maap Trapear

Wash uaash Lavar

Clean kliin Limpio

Dust daadt Sacudir(polvo)

Check chek Revisar

Caution ka shn Causió

Carpet karpet Alfombra

Sweep swiip Barrer

Wipe uaaiip dar una pasada con trapo

Start staart Empesar

Move muf Mover

Remove rimuf Quitar

Finish finish Acabar

Over Lap ovr laap Uno sobre otro

Empty empty Vaciar

To be tu bi Estar

Wear werr Traer puesto

Pull puul Jalar

Reach riich Alcansar

Borrow baarrou Prestar

Need niid Necesitar

Have jaaf Tener

Use lluus Usar

Get geet Conseguir
(traer,obtener)

Pick Up piik aap Levantar

Verbs

Be: Para hacer los tiempos continuos:

Positivo Negativo Pregunta

Presente

I I am I am not Am I?

He He is He is not Is he?
She She is She is not Is she?

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