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Que te parece tener que ayudar en casa? What do you think about having to help out at home?
Que tu toca hacer a ti? What is it your turn to do?/What do you have to do?
Y a Juan? And Juan?
A veces sometimes
Cuidar a to take care of/baby sit
Pero but
No es gran cosa. It's no big deal.
A mi siempre me toca... It's always my turn.../I always have to...
Que lata! What a pain!
A menudo often
Nunca never
Quizas maybe/perhaps
Injusta unfair
Me parece injusto. It seems unfair to me.
Me parece injusto siempre tener que cuidar a mi hermano. It seems unfair to me to always have to take care of my brother.
Tener que... To have to...
Yo tengo que estudiar. I have to study.
Tu tienes que ayudar en casa. You have to help out at home.
Paco tiene que cortar el cesped. Paco has to mow the lawn.
Nosotros tenemos que hacer los quehaceres. We have to do chores.
Los chicos tienen que sacar la basura. The boys have to take the trash out.
Cocinar to cook
Cortar el cesped to mow the lawn
Hacer la cama to make the bed
Hacer los quehaceres to do the chores
Limpiar to clean
Saca la basura to take out the trash
Pasar la aspiradora to vacuum
Lavar los platos to wash the dishes
Arreglar to pick up/straighten up (to fix)
Arreglar el cuarto to pick up/straighten up the room/bedroom
A veces tengo que cuidar a mis hermanos, pero me parece bien. No es gran cosa. Sometimes I have to take care of my siblings, but it's all right with me. It's no big deal.
A mi siempre me toca pasar la aspiradora en la sala. Que tala! I always have (it's always my turn) to vacuum the living room. What a pain!
Siempre Always
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