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  • FAMI
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    • 1. ENGLISH COURSE UNIT 1
    • 2. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO TODAY?
      • Describe how a day in your life is
      • Say how often you do things
      OBJECTIVES
    • 3. A DAY IN MY LIFE · I wake up at about 8am. · I have breakfast and I go to the gym. · I have lunch before I go to work. · I teach English in companies. · In the evening I watch TV while I have dinner. · I go to bed at about midnight.
    • 4. ROUTINES
    • 5. ROUTINES Louisa works as a guide at the National Gallery in London and lives with her son George, aged 9 . 6.30 I get up and I make George’s sandwiches. Then I do some housework. Then I wake up George and make his breakfast. I’m always in a hurry and I don’t have time for breakfast at home. 8.00 We cycle to school because the bus is expensive. Then I cycle six miles to work. 9.00 I have a sandwich in the canteen and I start work. 5.00 I finish work and I go to pick up George. We go shopping. 6.30 I cook dinner and help George with his homework. After dinner I do more housework or answer e-mails until 9.00. I don’t go out in the evening because a babysitter is very expensive. 9.00 George goes to bed and I read him a story. Then I go to bed – I’m really tired!
    • 6. ROUTINES
      • PROFESSOR PARKER’S ADVICE:
      • Have breakfast with your son. Do all the housework in the evening. Don’t cycle, get the bus. It’s important to see other people – invite a friend for a drink sometime.
      • Listening 3.7.
      • How many children does Simon have?
      • What time does he get up?
      • Why doesn’t he have breakfast?
      • What time does he start work?
      • How many cups of coffee does he drink?
      • What does he have for lunch?
      • What time does he finish work?
      • Why doesn’t he have dinner with his family?
      • What time does he get home?
      • What does he do after dinner?
      • _______________
      • What is Professor Parker’s advice?
      • Who is more stressed, Louisa or Simon?
    • 7. ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY
      • “ Takanashi always walks three kilometres a day, and he sometimes rides a motorbike. He often works in his garden, and he usually does martial arts in the morning. He is never stressed, and he is hardly ever ill”.
      • Identify the adverbs of frequency in the text and complete the list:
    • 8. ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY
      • B) Add an adverb of frequency to the sentences to make them true for you:
      • I walk to school / I do sport / I use public transport / I am stressed /
      • I study English
      • C) Answer the following questionnaire to know how healthy your lifestyle is:
      • How often do you exercise?
      • Every day
      • Quite often
      • Hardly ever/ never
      • 2) How many portions of fruit and vegetables do you eat a day?
      • Seven portions a day
      • Five portions a day
      • Less than five portions a day
    • 9. ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY
      • 3) How often do you drink alcohol?
      • Often
      • Sometimes
      • Hardly ever/ Never
      • 4) Do you smoke?
      • Yes
      • Sometimes
      • Never
      • 5) How often do you meet your friends?
      • Every day
      • Once or twice a week
      • Once a month
      ANSWERS: 1.a=2;b=1;c=0 2. a=2;b=1;c=0; 3. a=0;b=1;c=2 4. a=0;b=1;c=2 5. a=2;b=1;c=0
    • 10.  

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