Daily routine: Improve your vocabulary with our Super Sentences method.

PLACES ATTIC, BATHROOM, BEDROOM, CELLAR, GARAGE, GARDEN, HALL, KITCHEN, LADDER, LANDING, LIVING ROOM, LOUNGE, STAIRS, TERRACE, TOILET, WC
NOUNS AIR FRESHENER, ARMCHAIR, BED, BOOKS, BOWL, CABINET, CHAIR, CLOCK, CLOTHES, COMPUTER, CUPBOARD, DOOR, HAIRBRUSH, LETTER BOX, MIRROR, (MOBILE) PHONE, PLATE, RADIO, SHELF, SINK, SOFA, STOOL, SURFACE, TABLE, TOILET, TOOTHBRUSH, TRANSPORTATION, TV, WARDROBE, WASHBASIN, WATCH
VERBS BRUSH (ONE´S) HAIR, BRUSH (ONE´S) TEETH, CLEAN (ONE´S) TEETH, DRESS (ONESELF), DRINK, EAT, EXERCISE, GET DRESSED, GET UNDRESSED, GO TO BED, GO TO WORK, HAVE A SHOWER, HAVE BREAKFAST/LUNCH/DINNER, SHOWER, HOOVER, IRON, RELAX, REST, SET (THE TABLE), SHAVE, SIT, SLEEP, SWEEP, TIDY, WASH (ONE´S) FACE, WATCH TV, WORK
PHRASAL VERBS GET BACK – RETURN TO THE HOUSE

GET UP – REMOVE YOURSELF FROM THE BED

GO ON – CONTINUE

GO OUT – LEAVE THE HOUSE

SIT DOWN – RELAX

SLEEP OVER – STAY AT SOMEONE´S HOUSE

STAY IN – NOT GO OUT

STAY OUT – NOT GO HOME

STAY UP – NOT GO TO BED

WAKE UP – STOP SLEEPING

ADJECTIVES BORING, BUSY, CHALLENGING, DULL, EXCITING, EXHAUSTING, FANTASTIC, FASCINATING, INTERESTING, LIVELY, LONG, QUIET, SHORT, THRILLING, TIRING, USEFUL, USELESS

 

USEFUL QUESTIONS:

 

What time do you get up?

What do you have for breakfast/lunch/dinner?

How do you get to work?

How long do you work?

What time do you get home?

What do you do in the evening?

 

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