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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #40212: Daily routine
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    Daily routine


    Erratum: I brush my TEETH

     

    In the morning in my bedroom

    To get up

    To stretch

    To yawn

    To be half asleep

    To have a lie-in

    To oversleep

    To open the curtains

    To open / to pull the blinds

    To switch the light on

    To make one's bed

     

    To begin my day

    To wash

    To have a wash

    To wash one's face

    To wash one's hands

    To brush / to clean one's teeth

    To wash one's hair

    To have a shower

    To have a bath

    To soap oneself down

    To dry oneself

    To dry one's hands

    To shave

    To go to the toilet

    To get dressed

    To do one's hair

    To brush / to comb one's hair

    To  make-up

    To put on one's contact lenses / one's glasses

     

    My day

    To switch on the radio

    To have breakfast

    To feed the pets

    To water the plants

    To get ready

    To go to work / to school

    To go back from work  / school

    To come back home

    To do one's homework

    To have a rest

    To have a nap

    To have a cup of tea

    To have dinner

    To watch  television / a film / to read

    To receive / to invite guests

     

    In the evening

    To lock the door

    To draw the curtains

    To close / pull down the blinds

    To go to bed

    To set the alarm clock

    To fall asleep





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    Peter! please, your alarm clock rang! It's no time .
    How was your night? You seem this morning.
    Instead of the light you would better !
    You have to before having your breakfast.
    Could you the cat? I am late and I need to help your brother in time.
    Dad phoned me, he will from work with some guests, I hope you will before watching television.
    I think you will have with your brother before us and you will earlier than yesterday.








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