I should pour my grandmothers' plants tomorrow.

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Nicklexoxo

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Hello everyone!


Today I have a question about a verb "pour".


I want to say that tomorrow I must pour the plants, because my grandmother asked me. So, Can I say " I should pour my grandmothers' plants tomorrow" ? Or it sounds strange. Maybe I should use another verb for describing process. Yeah, this sentence is easy, but I am really confused, therefore I hope, you will help me.


Thanks in advance.
Nickle.
 

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Hello everyone!


Today I have a question about a verb "pour".


I want to say that tomorrow I must pour the plants, because my grandmother asked me. So, Can I say " I should pour my grandmothers' plants tomorrow" ? Or it sounds strange. Maybe I should use another verb for describing process. Yeah, this sentence is easy, but I am really confused, therefore I hope, you will help me.


Thanks in advance.
Nickle.

You pour liquids or some material on(to)/in(to)/over something.

The verb you're looking for is 'to water.'

"Grandma asked me to water her plants while she's away."
"When it's this hot out, I need to water the garden twice a day."

(not a teacher, just a language lover)
 
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