(1) I babysit for my neighbour sometimes(2) The woman left to do something - perhaps buy baby supplies - and left me to babysit .(3) I babysit for my neighbor sometimes(4) Once the child's parents have asked you to babysit for them, it is a good idea to agree rates of payment at that stage.(5) I was asked to babysit for the Alatas children and although I wasn't too keen on watching over a toddler, I had accepted.(6) In Argentina it is usual for couples to ask their parents or a sibling to babysit for their children.(7) He used to come round here and we would babysit for him.(8) We had to ring our neighbour and get her to come and babysit .(9) In high school, my sister used to babysit for D's daughter's daughter.(10) We give by baking cookies for a neighbour, offering to babysit for weary parents or spending time with a lonely person.(11) When Nancy visits friends who have younger children, her teenage daughters babysit so the parents can have a night out.(12) Girl Scouts are advised to ask the parents for whom they babysit to unload and lock-up their guns.(13) Which reminds me, I need to get in touch with all the usual parents I babysit for, and tell them to call me here at Alex's instead.(14) One night, my parents ask Grandpa to come over and babysit while they go see Chuck Berry at the Westbury Music Fair.(15) Much manly back slapping ensued, and I now have a friend's gown in my room which I agreed to babysit whilst he went to the PT.(16) She used to babysit for neighbours and was quite normal.
(1) baby-sit :: 子守をします
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