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Vocabulary: clean or dirty
For our security, recently, we've had to assess how clean people and things are...
Because of the pandemic, we've had to make up our minds and find remedies...
We've had masks, wipes and hand sanitizers... Now, very simply, here are the words to do it!
Dreams... and reality... (a messy room)
Things can be CLEAN...
but can also be DIRTY...
|Dirty/ to dirty|
|To get dirty/ to dirty oneself|
|To get dirty/ to get soiled|
- Neat as a new pin
- This material shows the dirt/ soils easily
- To make a mess
The different forms of "DIRTY"...
|Soiled/ to stain|
|A stain/ a spot on something|
- Everything is neat and tidy
- To put things away/ to do some tidying up
- To mess up a room
- To be a shambles
- Everything was upside down
|To be tidy/ to be orderly|
|Rubbish (British English)/ trash (American English)|
Kitchen waste/ Household refuse
|A dustbin/ a rubbish bin (British English)|
|A trash can/ a garbage can (American English)|
|A waste disposal unit|
LET'S CLEAN UP and then, CLEAN! :
|To clean up/ to tidy up|
|To remove stains|
|To mop up/ a mop|
|To polish stg up|
|To vacuum a room/ to hoover a room|
|A detergent/ a spray|
Now, you have all the words and expressions you need to stay safe!
You'll pass the test with flying colours ! Go for it...
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