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My Everyday Activities

Page history last edited by Alejandro Marco 9 years, 8 months ago

1. Watch this video. Listen and repeat the sentences you hear.

 

Video from Youtube. Thanks to  tmirasan

 

2. Watch the video again, then answer the questions below.

 

 

 

3. Read and listen. Answer the questions.

 

 

My name is Joe Peterson and I am English. I live in Morpeth, a very nice town in the north of England. I am 36 years old. I am a teacher. I work at St Mary's Primary School and I love my job. I get up at 6:30 in the morning, I have some toasts and coffee for breakfast and then I go to work. I always go to work by bus because I haven't got a car. When I finish work I go for a long walk. I love walking. I don't like cars. In my opinion they are very noisy. In the evening I go out with friends or I visit my parents. I go home quite early because I like going to bed early.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adverbs of frequency.

 

 

 

When talking about your daily routines, you may want to express how often you do your activities. The frequency of occurrence of a given action is expressed in English by a particular kind of time adverbs: Frequency Adverbs.

 

E.g: I always take the bus to school.       >>>>>>>       Yo siempre cojo el autobús para ir al colegio.

 

As frequency adverbs have a sentence position different from other time adverbs, you can learn about them in the following document.

 

Spanish translation of the text

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. What's Sarah's daily routine ...? 

 

Watch this video about an ordinary day in the life of Sarah Smith. Then, answer the questions of the quiz below.

 

 

 

 

4. In your personal page, write a composition talking about yor daily routines.

 

 

     - You can write a first paragraph with the things you do in the morning.

     - The second paragraph can be about the things you do in the afternoon.

     - The third paragraph can explain the things you do in the evening-

     - Don't forget to use adverbs of frequency to say how often you do your activities, and other time expressions of the type: in the morning...,in the afternoon...after that...when I...Later... at 3:00 p.m....

 

Spanish translation of the activity

 


5. Give it a voice.

 

     - This time we will use a new tool to record and publish our voices: Viewpoint.

     - Follow these instructions:

 

            1. Sign up to this site.

            2. Record your voice with your PC's sound recorder in WAV or MP3 format.

            3. Upload your file to Viewpoint.

            4. Get the HTML code and insert it under your composition.

 

Spanish translation of the activity

 

 

 

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