Habits and Routines – The Routine Page

What is your Daily Routine?

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Listen to the audio and answer the question.
 
Now look at the examples below.
 

My Daily Routine

I wake up at seven thirty.

I get out of bed.

I go to the bathroom.

I wash my face.

I comb my hair.

Do you take a shower in the morning?

I go to the kitchen.

I make coffee.

Do you drink coffee or tea?

I get dressed.

I put on my shoes. (link to the Imelda Page)

I leave the house at about eight thirty.

I walk to the bus stop.

I catch the eight forty bus.

It takes me twenty minutes to get to work.

I start work right on nine o’clock.

I work from nine until twelve.

I take an hour for lunch.

In the afternoon I work from one until five.

I work Monday to Friday.

I work thirty five hours per week.

After work I sometimes go out with friends.

We meet at a coffee shop.

We eat in a restaurant.

Sometimes we go dancing.

Sometimes we sit and talk.

Sometimes we walk by the river.

I always go to bed early on week nights.

I sometimes stay up late on week-ends.

We use Present Simple Tense to talk about routine.

The Clothing Page

What is you daily routine? Write your answer in the “comments” section below:


Links to More Lessons on More Pages

The Work Page

Routine and Habit – The Routine Page

Verbs in Context in Many Tenses with Audio

Philosophy of Grammar and the Idea of Verbs as Actions

Verbs and Tenses – The Tense Page


Present Participle or Gerund or “ing” Form

Verbal Phrases 1 (with Audio)

Verbal Phrases 2 (with Audio)

Verbal Phrases 3 (with Audio)

Verbal phrases 4 (with Audio)
Verbal Phrases 5 (with Audio)

Verbal Phrases 6 (with Audio)


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