- For Teachers
When Henry came home last night, he saw a letter from his wife.
She was written him that he went his mother's because she is sick and she asked Henry to do something.
She asked him that he takes his coat to the dry cleaner's
Leave his shirt at laundry and pick up her shoes on the way home
Then buy something for home and call her friend and tell her that she can't go to the party and say the reason to her.
He should take out the garbage.
Feed the pet.
Cut the grass.
And he won't forget to tip the newspaper boy
She'll call him that know how is her mother
Now Henry is upset and worry to death about his mother-in-law because if she won't better sooner. Henry will becomes sick to these duties.
She asked him to take his coat to the dry cleaner's, leave his shirt at the laundry, and pick up her shoes on the way home. Then he was to buy something for home (or for the house (I think she would be more specific)), and then he was to call her friend and tell her that she can't go to the party and explain why. He was to take out the garbage, feed the dog, and mow the lawn. And not to forget to tip the newspaper boy. She would call him before long to tell him how her mother was doing.
thank you very much