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Cross out the words which do not collocate with the verbs.

have breakfast, lunch, dinner, a bath, a shower, some work
go to a concert, to a club, home, to a party, out, to the cinema, to the theatre, to the ballet, to bed, to work/school, the underground
play football, music, computer games, the net
meet friends, again, in town, the news
read letters, a newspaper, aloud, a film
do some work, the housework, a wash

Match the two columns to make up expressions.

1. stay 2. telephone 3. dictate 4. walk 5. dress 6. arrive 7. visit 8. see a) a film b) for dinner c) home d) at home e) friends f) friends g) the replies h) in the garden


II. Listening and ComprehensionTasks

2.1. You are going to hear three people speaking about their typical day. Which of the activities from exercises 1.1. and 1.2. does each person mention?

Speaker 1– The Duchess of Wessex


Speaker 2 – Sam


Speaker 3 – Mr. Norris

2.2. Which ones do you always, usually or sometimes do? At what time do you do them? Which ones do you never do?

Listen to the recording again and fill in the chart.

  Speaker 1 Speaker 2 Speaker 3
1. When do you get up?          
2. What do you do after you get up?          
3. What do you do after breakfast?          
4. What do you do after lunch?          
5. When do you usually have dinner?          
6. What do you usually do after dinner?          
7. What time do you go to bed?          


III. After-Listening Tasks

Answer the questions from exercise 2.3. about yourselves.

3.2. Write a magazine article about a typical day in the life of a celebrity. Use then and after that to describe when they do things. Remember to join two phrases with and.



Out-of-Class Listening. Daily Routine

I. Pre-Listening Tasks

1.1. Do you think that jobs people do influence their daily routine? Give your reasons.

1.2. What do the people of the following jobs do? Match the descriptions with the jobs.

a milkman, a freelance writer, a puppeteer, a gossip columnist, a housepainter, a tour guide.

a. a person who delivers milk to customers each morning

b. a person who shows tourists around interesting places

c. a person who writes about social events and the private lives of famous people

d. a person who performs with puppets

e. a person who writes for several magazines or newspapers

f. a person who paints buildings, walls, etc.


II. Listening and Comprehension Tasks

Listen to people talking about their daily routine and match the speaker to their jobs. There is one extra job, which you do not need to use.

Speaker A Speaker B Speaker C Speaker D Speaker E 1. milkman 2. freelance writer 3. puppeteer 4. gossip columnist 5. tour guide 6. a housepainter

Listen to the recording again and mark the following statements as True or False.

1. Speaker A spends most of the morning on the Internet.

2. On a working day Speaker B likes to get up early.

3. Speaker C has got quite an ordinary routine.

4. Speaker’s D morning is devoted to answering phone messages.

5. Speaker E is a morning person, because her boss usually sets different projects for her.


III. After –Listening Tasks

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