My day

Look at the cat's plan for the day then do the exercises to help you practise writing in English.

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What do you do every day? Tell us about your daily routine!

Average: 4.8 (6 votes)

Submitted by WhiteMermaidKi… on Wed, 17/03/2021 - 10:07

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My name is Hay Mann Shwe. I'm 12 years old. I'm Grade-6 student. I'm from Myanmar. I want to talk about my daily activities. I wake up at 7:15 AM. But I get up at 7:30. Then I brush my tooth and wash my face. I help my brother's works at our shop. Then I have my breakfast at 9:30 AM. After having breakfast, I watch TV for 30minutes. I help my mum in the kitchen. Then I take a bath, comb my hair and put on Thanakha. At 12:30 PM, I have my lunch with my family. I study school lessons with my teacher at 2:00 PM. She also teach me how to use computer and play games. We play and learn at British Cousil as well. At 5:00 PM , I play badminton with my sister. After that, I have dinner with my family. I do my homework at 8:30PM I watch TV with my family at 9:00PM. I drink a glass of milk and go to bed at 10:30 PM.

Submitted by MasterDiamondPony on Thu, 26/11/2020 - 13:13

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My name is mokshitha I wake up at 7:00 I clean my bed at 7:30 I eat my breakfast at 8:00 I read for sometime at 9:00 I play with my siblings at 12:00 I eat my lunch at 1:00 I sleep for sometime at 4:00 I go and help my mom by cleaning up my home 5:00 I eat snacks at 6:00 I play with my friends at8:00 I go to sleep at 9:00 THE END

Submitted by HiSquashSalad on Sun, 15/11/2020 - 17:00

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My name is Meitar I am 11.5 years olds I get up at 7 o'clock I starting my day at 08:15 I eat lunch at 12:30 I watching my favorite cartoons at 14 o'clock I eat dinner at 5.5 or 6.5 o'clock I go to bed at 9 o'clock Now it's the end

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