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Learn how to talk about daily routines using some of the most common phrasal verbs.

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Talking about Daily Routines with Phrasal Verbs
Talking about Daily Routines with Phrasal Verbs

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Talking about Daily Routines with Phrasal Verbs.

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  1. I can't remember how many times I have watched this video. I simply watch or listen to it again and again, try to imitate what the characters are saying. I'm quite lazy to write down anything, not to mention I wouldn't review them. So the best way for me to learn English is watching one video several times.

  2. coming over, come on in, turning up, how are you getting on with your life, whats a typical day in your life like, i didnt ever have any friends and i felt pretty lonely, to fit in, hang in, i have made a few good friends to hang out with, dong stretches, how many meals do you have a day, ive noticed that 3 meals a day general weigh me down, i try to eat less and more often

  3. I am not an Englishman, but I think it sounds more natural if you use the personal pronoun "I" once.
    For example: "I wake up at 7 a.m., go to the bathroom, wash my face and brush my teeth, get dressed, go to work".
    Not: "I wake up at 7 a.m., I go to the bathroom, I wash my face and I brush my teeth, I get dressed, I go to work".

  4. – Hi Lucy , thanks for *coming over* ! You're looking great! **Come on in**!

    – Hi! Melanie! Sorry for *turning up* so late!

    – It's fine, don't worry about it! Welcome to my apartment!

    – It looks amazing, thanks for *inviting me over!* I love the **furniture**!

    – The furniture was here when I **moved in**. Sit down and make yourself comfortable.

    – Thanks!

    – Would you like something to drink? I have diet coke, fruit juice and coffee.

    – A **diet coke**, please.

    – So please tell me, how are you getting on with your life as a college student? Well, in the beginning, it was hard for me to *fit in ?*

    – I *grew up* in a small town, I was not used to living in big city. I didn't even have any friends and I felt pretty lonely. It was hard for me to *hang in* there. But things have changed for the better. I've finally made a few good friends to *hang out* with. That's great to hear!

    – What's a typical day in your life like?

    – Well, I *wake up* at 7 am. I go to bathroom, wash my face and brush my teeth. I *work out* every morning. I can't *do without* it! Before exercising, I usually like to *warm up* by doing *stretches**. Then I take a shower and after that I have breakfast. Next, I write down my to-do list for the day. I always **plan* my day *ahead**. I have a **strict* schedule and I do my best to *stick to* it. Then I check the weather, because I like to be prepared for the day and *pick out* the right outfit. Before I leave, I *put on* my make up. My classes usually start at 9.00

    – How many meals do you have a day?

    – I have five or six *light meals* a day. I've *noticed* that three heavy meals a day generally *weigh me down**. So I try to eat les and more often. I have more energy this way and I can **concentrate* much better. *Wheneve**r possible , I try to **squeeze in* 15 to 30 minutes of exercise in the afternoon. Exercising helps me *calm down* when I'm stressed and it doesn't *take up* too much of my time.

    – When do you usually get home?

    – It *depends on* the day, but typically I get home at around 6 pm. I have dinner a little later then I *lie down* for a few minutes and *scroll down* social media on my phone. Next, I study for a few hours , then I watch TV. I try to *stay away* from negative news. I usually *go for* comedies. Before going to bed, I *fill in* my journal and *reflect on* the day. My *journal* helps me with my emotions and thoughts. Its also helps me to *set goals**. I **plan on* talking a French course this year. That's my new goal. I love to learn and *try out* new things all the time. I just want to *point out* that a journal is really helpful

    – Yeah I see. Maybe I should keep a journal, too. I have may goals that I would like to *achieve.* I want to *sign fo**r a gym membership, but I just keep **putting it off.* I never actually *get around to* ever doing it. I *plan on* keeping a diet and *cutting down* on sweets. But I never make it. I need something sweet every day to help me *get through* busy days. To **sum it all up**, I think I'm a mess.

    – Just *stick to* your goals and don't *give up**. Your **effort* will finally **pay off**.

    – What do you do usually do in your free time

    – Sometime I *sleep in* on weekends, when I'm tired. I like to go out and *catch up on* friends and family. What about you? You're in the 3rd year, right? What's your day like?

    – My schedule always *runs over* no matter how organized I am. I get up pretty late, about 9 am. My *chaotic* morning *messes up* the rest of the day. I wish I could wake up earlier, but sleep is *holding me back* each morning. I go to bed very late, about 1 am. I haven't able to change this yet, but I'm *working on* it.

    – I'm sure you'll finally make it.

    – I have a very busy schedule, That's why I never *show up* on time anywhere. The problem í that I have *taken up* a part- time job at the mall, So I go to work every day after classes. There's just too much *going on* in my life right now. I'm not great at *dealing with* stress.

    – Maybe you need to *slow down* and *cut back* on some activities, otherwise you'll *burn yourself out*

    – You're perfectly right. I'll drop a few activities and *set aside* time for rest. Do you want *come round* on Saturday night? I'm *throwing* a party.

    – I'm not sure about that. You know *I'm not into* parties.

    – Please don't **turn me down**. We'll have a great time.

    – Ok then, If it's so important to you, I'll try to come.

    – Great! I*'m looking forward to* it!

    – Do I need to **dress up**?

    – No, you can wear *casual* clothes.

    I have to go now. I don't want to *take up* any more of your time. And I have to *get down* to studying.

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