Learning Guide: Daily Routines

Nadia Milena Hoyos Cortina

This self-study guide helps you to learn new vocabulary related to free time activities and daily routine activities. Also you will learn the positive and interrogative structures in Present Simple tense to create sentences expressing a daily routine. All the activities are from the book English Please, pages: 48, 49, 50. It starts with a reading activity, then with a vocabulary activity where you must match pictures with some words and finally you have to create your own sentences according to your daily activities.

Learning objective(s):
To practice using the present simple tense to talk about daily routines. To learn and practice the daily routines vocabulary. To provide specific information about people’s daily routines. To match pictures with their appropriate description.