homechores
 

That’s English! Mod 7 Unit 6

 

Listen to questions here:

Ask your partner these questions.

Don’t forget to use follow-up questions.

Who/ Where/When/How /How long/How much, many/ Why/What/What time/

 

Answers

What housework do you do at home?

I always do …

I sometimes do….

I never do …… my …. does it

Voc: Do the cooking, the ironing, the washing up, the washing, the vacuuming, the cleaning,

          Make my bed 

Do you think everybody should share the housework?

Yes, I think they should.  It depends

But, what about your home.  Does everybody help?

Yes, they do / No, they don’t

Who should look after the children at home, the mother or the father?

I think ….

What about grandparents.  Do you think many of them are a great help nowadays? 

 I think so/ I don’t think so.

How do they help?

They ……

Do you think parents who both work can look after their children properly?

I think so/ I don’t think so

Do you think bringing up a child is difficult?

I guess ……

Do you think children in a lone-parent family behave differently?  How?

 

Do you know a lone parent with children?

Yes, I do  /No I don’t

Is it hard for him/her to look after his/her child(ren)?

 

Why do you think many Spanish people get married late or leave home late?

There might be many reasons for this. One might be that ….

Who used to look after yourself when you were a child?

My …… used to ……….

Did both your parents use to work?

Yes, they did / No, they didn’t. They….

My ……used to ..and my ……. used to

Who used to take you to school?

My ………… did.

Who did you use to get on better at home: your mum or your dad?

I used to get on better with ……

Did you use to get on with your brothers and sisters?

 

Did you use to argue with anybody?  What about

 

How was life different?     Think of:

home

work

school

social problems: housing, poverty, immigration ......

facilities at home

women rights

going out .........

 

Well, there used to be (a/any)…./there didn’t use to be (a/any) ………

At work ……

At school …….

Housing used to be ….

Women/Girls used to ……

It was difficult to …….