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Unit 1 FAMILY. WORKING DAY

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1. Interview your classmate. The questions below will help you.

1. Do you get up early in the morning? 2. What time do you get up? 3. What do you do in the morning? 4. What time do your lessons begin? 5. Do you have dinner at home or at school? 6 What time do you have dinner? 7. When do you come home? 8. What do you do in the evening? 9. At what time do you go to bed?

2. Use the answers to the questions (exercise 1) and tell about your classmate’s working day.

3. Read about Frank.

Frank is a bus driver He is thirty four. He works five days a week. He gets up at six o’clock every day. Then he eats his breakfast, drinks two cups of tea, kisses his wife and children “good-bye”, and leaves for work at half past six. He has lunch in a cafe in town. He comes home at five o’clock. In the evening he watches TV He goes to bed at ten o’clock.

4. Look at the pictures and

tell about Frank’s working day in the Past Simple Tense.

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5. Look at the pictures and skim through the people’s schedules. Talk about their working day.

Jenifer

1. secretary

2. 23

3. 5 days a week

4. seven thirty

5. a pizza 6 a cup of tea

7. parents

8. 8.15

9. 17.00

10. 23 00

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Ann

1. hairdresser

2. 25

3. 6 days a week

4. 8. 20

5. a sandwich

6. a cup of coffee

7. her husband and daughter

8. 7. 35

9. 19.00

10. at midnight

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Peter

1. doctor

2. 35

3. 5 days a week

4. 7.00

5. porridge with ham 6 a cup of tea

7. his wife and two sons

8. 8.00

9. 20. 00

10. 22. 30

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6. Write down your daily schedule, then make up 8-10 sentences about your working day.




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