Phrasal Verb Friday: Actions around the House

Happy Friday!

Before sitting down to write this wonderful Phrasal Verb Friday post, I was busy tidying up the house. I had to take out the trash, put away the dishes and do the laundry, which included: picking up the dirty clothes from the floor (oops!!) and hanging up all of the freshly washed clothes to dry (heck yes for saving energy!).

Since my day is full of house chores, I thought it was only perfect to make dedicate this #phrasalverbfriday to actions that happen in the house. This infographic is not exhaustive, which means there are definitely more, so I challenge you to add some more in the comment section below.

As always, another great way to practice these phrasal verbs is using them in a personal context, and applying them to yourself. If/When you do this, please share your sentences with me and other learners. You can also connect via social media and share your sentences there, too!

This post is short…and sweet, so here you go:

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Happy Studying! ♥

If you know someone who is learning English, please share this post with them to help them comfortably and confidently talk about daily actions around the house. Thanks ♥

5 Comments

  1. CARLA GONÇALVES on January 18, 2018 at 6:16 am

    Dear Jennifer,

    I know a busy person, but I would like to know if you can check the phrases below, that I wrote using actions phasal verbs around the house:

    1. We have to take out the trash every Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays.
    2. They have to throw these old sucks.
    3. Can you pick up your toys from the floor, please?
    4. Please, let me hang up your coat.
    5. You have to put away your clothes on the wardrobe.
    6. I have to tidy up the kitchen.
    7. After clean up the bathroom, you should use an amop to remove the water from the floor.
    8. You have to take the broom in the the pantry to sweep the floor.
    9. It’s time to build a new garage on this house.
    10. Please, turn on the TV, because Super Bowl is starting.
    11. I’m going to turn of the lamp, because I need to sleep now.
    12. We have to put up this picture on the wall, that will be great.
    13. This picture is horrible! I will take it down.
    14. Now we have to stock up the drink on the refrigerator.
    15. You have to put on your winter clothes.
    16. I’ll turn on some music to relax.
    17. Please, fill the pot with rice and take to the stove.
    18. Please, put that cigarrete out.

    • Jennifer Nascimento on January 27, 2018 at 12:53 pm

      Great effort! Send me an email if you’re looking for 1-on-1 support and feedback! 🙂

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