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Taking a shower – English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

Taking a shower - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

Dan pulls the shower curtain shut.
By turning the knob,, he turns the water on.

Taking a shower - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.
He washes his hair with shampoo and the rest of his body with soap.
Then he rinses off with water.
After turning the water off, he steps out of the shower.

Taking a shower - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.
He takes a towel from the towel rack.
Then he dries himself off.
He wraps a towel around himself and he dries his hair.
He puts some deodorant under his arms.

For Special Attention

– Use dry off only if the water stays on top of the thing that is wet. You don’t “dry off” your hair or a towel. You “dry” them or “dry them out”.

Pull something shut = pull it until it is shut.

– Take some students out of your classroom. The others (those still in the room ) are the rest of the class.

– After you turn something on, it rungs or works. After you turn it off, it stops.

– A deodorant is something that takes away bad smells.

 

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