Daily routine

Daily routine

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Vocabulary exercise to help learn words to talk about what you do every day.

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What time do you wake up on school days?

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Elsa007's picture
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Around six. Actually I'm a person with low blood pressure, so it takes time to get up after wakening and I have to set my alarm 30 minutes earlier…, I'm happy to be on a holiday morning!

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Helen0051's picture
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Usually I wake up at 7:30 and get up at the same time ;D then I have breakfast with my dad ,brush my teeth,get my school uniform and go to school nearly at 8:15 ( classes start at 8:30)

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sara79's picture
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On school days,i usually wake up 6am and then get up almost 6:15 but its a bit difficult to get off the bed then i take a shower and brush my teeth and have breakfast and then go to school almost 7am.

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Wesal's picture
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The way I see, I usually wake up at 5:55AM in the morning, I am jobber person, and at 7:30 officially our office started every. within the period from 5:55 to 7:30 and do pray, reciting of holy Quran, walk to office.

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JoEditor's picture
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Wesal's picture
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Thanks for notification, I do not have any special mean, only I wanted to learn something, the adult part is not as update as this one, here is a lot of thing that a learnt, however I do not mind wish best of luck to your team.

Thanks.

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Jonathan - Coordinator's picture
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Jonathan - Coordinator's picture
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Hi Charles. That's a good question. Well, there's a slight difference. Get up means get out of bed, but you wake up when you've finished sleeping.

Here's an example. Every day I wake up at 7:30 a.m., when my alarm goes off. I stay in bed for 10 or 15 more minutes, and then I get up (at about 7:45) and have breakfast.

Can you understand the difference?

Jonathan (LearnEnglish Teens Team)

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