Max’s mother needs to go to a work dinner so she calls Rosie to baby-sit her son. Before leaving, she gives Rosie some instructions on how to take care of the kid.
Rosie: Good morning, Mrs Marshall. I’m Rosie, the baby sitter.
Max’s mother: Hi Rosie! Here are a few things I need you to do. First of all, give him a bath. He played in the garden all day long, so he’s really dirty. Please remember to use the shampoo and the body milk and then dry him with a towel. Before eating, make sure he has clean hands. And before you put him to sleep, make him wash his teeth. Help him put the toothpaste on the toothbrush, please. That’s all, I think.
Rosie: Okay, Mrs Marshall. Have a nice evening!
External link to The baby sitter (Oral expression) exercises (1844).
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