Beginner English #14 | Basic Grammar

Doing Chores

Sarah talks to Adam about his chores. He might be in trouble.

Sarah: Hey, Adam. Have you done the things I've asked you to do yet?

Adam: What did you ask me to do?

Sarah: I asked you to take out the trash.

Adam: I haven't done that yet.

Sarah: How about wash the dishes?

Adam: I washed a few dishes.

Sarah: Wash the car?

Adam: No, I haven't washed the car.

Sarah: What did you do today?

Adam: I was sleeping mostly.

Grammar Patterns


  • What have you done?
  • Where have you put the broom?
  • Why have you not done anything?


  • I washed a few dishes.
  • I put it in the closet.
  • I did not feel well


  • I haven't done that yet.
  • I haven't had time.
  • I haven't washed the car yet.

Yes / No Questions

  • Have you done what I asked you to do?
  • Have you finished yet?
  • Have you even started?

Short Response

  • Yes, I have.
  • No, I haven't.
  • Not yet.
Answer these questions about the interview.

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