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Describe Your Typical Day

Describe Your Typical Day






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    • Are You a Couch Potato ?
      • Top Notch Health Survey.
      • Check the statements that are true for you.
      • Then add up your total score.
      • a. I exercise regularly. 4. a. I avoid fatty foods.
      • b. I don’t have time to b. I sometimes eat fatty food.
      • exercise regularly. C. I eat lots of fatty foods.
      • c. I don’t want to exercise
      • regularly. 5. a. I hardly ever eat sweets
      • b. I sometimes eat sweets.
      • a. I always get enough sleep. C. I have a sweet tooth.
      • b. I sometimes don’t get Score
      • enough sleep. Each a answer = 10 points
      • c. I never get enough sleep. Each b answer = 5 points
      • Each c answer = 0 points
      • a. I always eat vegetables.
      • b. I sometimes eat vegetables Total points:
      • c. I never eat vegetables
      • Vocabulary words Student Book page 70 Student book page 71
      • She plays usually golf on Sunday.
      • e.g. She usually plays golf on Sunday. (for homework)
      • They go to the park hardly ever.
      • I always am hungry in the afternoon.
      • We once in a while have eggs for breakfast.
      • Pat doesn’t never exercise.
      • Never I go swimming at night.
      • Victor doesn’t drink always coffee.
      • Connie and I play twice a week tennis together
      • We go often bike riding in the afternoon .
      • student book page: G13 (yellow pages)
    • Adverb At the beginning of the sentence Adverbs before the verb At the end of the sentence always For example: I always go to school almost lways usually/often For example: I often go to school I go to school often generally occasionally sometimes hardly ever rarely/seldom never
    • time expression at the beginning of the sentence before the verb at the end of the sentence every week for example: every week, I go to school I go to school every week every other day once a month twice a year three times a week once in a while a lot for example: I go to the pool a lot