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My Daily Routines

Meeting 07
Vocabulary
get dressed
get up
have breakfast
take a shower
go to work/school
have a coffee
Listen to the sounds and number
the phrases.
get dressed
get up
have breakfast
take a shower
go to work/school
have a coffee
1� get up What order do you do these
things in the morning? Tell
2� take a shower
your friends.
3� get dressed

4� have a coffee

5� have breakfast First, I get up at 4 in the


morning. Then, I …
6� go to work/school
Everyday Activities
Match the verbs and the pictures
Everyday Activities
Match the verbs and the pictures
go to work vs. get to work
go home vs. get home
Pronunciation
Listen and write five sentences.
1. …
2. …
3. …
4. …
5. …
Pronunciation
Listen and write five sentences.
1. He wakes up at eight o’clock.
2. She works in an office.
3. She has a coffee at eleven o’clock.
4. He has a lot of homework.
5. She has an interesting day.
Reading & Listening

bored happy worried

stressed sad relaxed tired


Reading & Listening
Reading & Listening
Listen to Amelia, Nico’s 16-year-old
stepdaughter, talking about her day. Fill in the
blanks with a word, a number, and or a time.
Whose day is more stressful?

Nico’s or Amelia’s?
Speaking
Work in pairs. Interview
your partner about your
typical weekday with
the questions.
Writing
Now, write about your favourite day. Write four
paragraphs. You can use the following
questions as a guide to your writing.
Sources
Latham-Koenig, C., Oxenden, C., and Seligson,
P. 2017. “American English Files 1 (Second
Edition)”. New York: Oxford University Press

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