Daily Rountines Flashcards Set 1:

vocabulary: wake up, wash your face, take a shower, dry your hair, brush your teeth, eat breakfast, brush your hair, get dressed, go to the bathroom, make your bed, go to school, study, have lunch, get home, do your homework, have dinner, take a bath, go to sleep

Mark's note: these are great cards for teaching students about daily activities, but you can also use them for grammar like:

- time phrases: before, after, then, next

- adverbs of frequency: always, sometimes, never ...

- "What time do you ~ ?"

- "Do you ~ everyday?"

- "If I don't ..., then ~."

These are also good for the present perfect tense:

- I have flossed 4 times this week.

- I haven't cleaned the house this week.


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Print old MES files: here are the old (2006~2014) daily routines 1 files

Daily Rountines 1 Handout

Daily Rountines 1 PowerPoint flashcards

Daily Activities Flashcards Set 2:

vocabulary: floss, drive/go to work, make coffee, take a walk, do the laundry, do the dishes, read the paper, clean the house, take a nap, shave, go grocery shopping, cook dinner, do your make-up, do your hair

Mark's note: although the vocabulary in set 2 are more adult focused actions, they are stilll very useful vocabulary and you can use them with younger learners in examples like these:

Mark: 'Do you shave?'

S1: 'No.'

Mark: 'No? Not, yet? I see. How about you, Lisa?

Lisa: 'No!'

You can also use these for 3rd person singular and talk about family members:

Mark: 'Does your father/brother shave?'

S1: 'Yes, he does.'

Print old MES files: here are the old (2006~2014) daily routines 2 files

Daily Activities 2 Handout

Daily Activities 2 PowerPoint flashcards

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