Learn how to talk about your daily routine in English.
A cartoon shows you a daily routine with the name of that activity written below it. Each of these basic English phrases (about routines) is repeated twice.
The first daily routines are for adults (which include going to work) while the second section has some daily routines about school for kids.
The daily routines English phrases that appear in the lesson are:
I wake up, I turn off my alarm, I get up, I take a shower / I have a shower, I get dressed, I comb my hair, I make breakfast, I eat breakfast / I have breakfast, I brush my teeth, I go to work, I start work at 9, I answer emails, I eat lunch / I have lunch, I work on my computer, I finish work at 5, I go home, I arrive home, I feed the dog, I cook dinner, I eat dinner / I have dinner, I watch TV, I read a book, I go to bed, I fall asleep.
In the next section there are daily routines for School which include the following phrases:
I go to school , I have classes, I eat lunch / I have lunch, I finish school at 3, I go home, I do my homework.
Notice how in this lesson all of these phrases are in the simple present tense and have I (first person singular) as the subject.
The final section is a practice exercise where a cartoon of a daily routine appears on the screen. There are also three phrases next to the cartoon and students must choose which phrase best describes that activity. The answer appears after 5 seconds (approximately).
Try our interactive game to practice daily routines and using the correct verb: https://www.vocabulary.cl/Games/Daily_Routines.htm
See our Free English lesson about Daily Routines here:https://www.woodwardenglish.com/lesson/daily-routines-in-english/
English teachers may be interested in our Daily Routines flashcards that can be used in the classroom. They are available here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Daily-Routines-in-English-Chart-ESL-Flash-Cards-2009852
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