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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #72275: Adverbs and habits
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    In my family, we at seven, except on Saturdays and Sundays.

    We breakfast with our parents, every day of the week and during holidays.

    We to school at nine,

    but I school at ten when a teacher is absent.

    I late, when I go back to sleep after the alarm-clock has rung.

    Our mother tea. She can't tolerate any other hot beverage.

    When I get up, I a glass of orange juice if there is some left.

    My brother is always hungry, he another apple before leaving.

    He must because he eats a lot, which takes him a lot of time.

    My father cereals because he hates this kind of food.

    He fried eggs : that's what he prefers.

    He toasts and marmalade, but not every day because sugar is bad for his health.

    He to the radio before going to work, almost every morning.

    On Sundays Mummy breakfast in bed, how lucky she is !

    We cakes and croissants, when our father gets up early on Sundays.

    You imagine how happy we are !

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