Being careful at home (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

Teniendo cuidado en casa

Elena is getting some advice to avoid domestic accidents at home. In this exercise you'll practise affirmative commands in the "" form and indefinite adjectives.

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "domestic accident", "to turn off (to switch off)", "plug", "wet" and "to follow a piece of advice".

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Elena, you have to be careful at home because there are quite a few domestic accidents. Avoid climbing step-ladders that are too high and ask someone else for help if you need to clean the windows on the outside. In addition, monitor the use of gas and turn off the stove if you are not at home. Also, watch out for the plugs and never touch one with wet hands. Follow my advice! And you won't have any problems.

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