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Simple Present; Daily routine January 24, 2010

Examples

Affirmative sentences:

I read books. My brother reads books.
We sing pop songs. She sings pop songs.
I play handball. John plays handball.

Negative sentences:

Always use the auxiliary do/does for negations.

I like computers.
I like computers at all.
My friend likes computers.
My mum like computers at all.

Questions:

Use the auxiliary do.
Do you play football?
Does he play football?

What do you do everyday?

Now watch the video again but look at the sentences:

Now read the following daily routine:

A day in the life of a teacher

Time Activity
At 5:00 am I get up
At 5:30 am I take a shower
At 6:00 am I have breakfast
At 6: 30 am I go to school/NET
From 7:00 am to 2:00 pm I teach English
At 2:00 pm I come back to my house
At 2:30 pm I eat lunch
At 3:00 pm I read a book
At 3:30 pm I ride my bike
At 4:00 pm I run in the park
At 5:00 pm I listen to music
At 6:00 pm I speak to my girlfriend on the phone
At 7:00 pm I write my lesson plan
At 8:00 pm I drink milk
At 9:00 pm I watch TV
At 9:30 pm I play the guitar
At 10:00 pm I think of my girlfriend
At 10:30 pm I sleep

Practice on line:

Exercise 1

Exercise 2 (Questions)

Exercise 3

Download and print the following document and write down your daily routine.

Daily routine

 

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