BASIC Lesson 5: Do you like it?

Talk about your habits.
Grammar: Simple Present, do/does. Vocabulary: routine.

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A day with teacher Daniele Krauz

Teacher Daniele tells about a normal week of working and studying.
Is your week similar to hers?
I usually have busy days, when I don’t have many classes I study or work in the computer. Tuesdays and Thursdays are the classes days, I teach English, Spanish and arts. I have classes from morning to night to children and adults, groups and VIP.

I wake up at 7:40 a.m., but I normally get up at 8 o’clock. Before having breakfast I have a shower, than I start working. At 12 o’clock I have my lunch, sometimes I have activities until 12 o’clock. After having lunch I return immediately to work. At 4 or 5 o’clock in the evening I make a sandwich for a snack. I have dinner at 8 o’clock. I sometimes meet friends after school to talk, watch a movie or a show on TV. I don’t watch TV at night. Before going to bed I sometimes read a book. I don’t go to bed before 11 o’clock.

Mondays and Wednesdays are a little different. I go to singing lessons and sing on the choir. I go to the singing lessons in
the afternoon, I study lyric singing. I always go by bus because I start my lessons at 1:30. These days I often go to stores and banks too. After that I practice some songs with a friend to sing solos and study German. In the evening I meet the choir, we frequently sing in events on Saturdays. On Fridays I teach in a primary school in the morning and in the afternoon.

My only free day is Sunday, than I read, meet my friends, watch movies, visit my grandparents, or stay home to rest.
Do you do different activities every day?

Adverbs of frequency.

  • Always 100%
    Normally 75%
    Often 65%
    Frequently 60%
    Sometimes 50%
    Rarely 30%
    Hardly ever 15%
    Never 0%
    Once a week (one day)
    Twice a week (two days)
    Three times a week. (three days)
I always go to school on foot.
My friends sometimes go by bike.
I am never home before 1:30.
You are frequently late!
She is often tired. 

Adverbs of time.

  • Every…
  • On Monday, Tuesday,
    Wednesday, Thursday,
    Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
  • In the…
  • At night.
 I go to school on foot every day.
On Fridays my friends go by bike.
I am home before 2 o’clock on Saturdays .
Every day you are late!


  • 12:00 twelve a.m./p. m. Twelve o’clock
    2:05 five past two/two five
    2:15 a quarter past two. Two fifteen
    2:30 half past two
    2:35 twenty five to three
    2:45 a quarter to three
 I wake up at 7:40 a.m., but I normally get up
at 8 o’clock.
Time linkers.

  • First
    After going
    After that
    Before going
    Before that
 Before having dinner, I do my homework.
After I have dinner I watch TV, and after
that, at 11 o’clock, I finally go to bed.


Answer this questionnaire:
1. Do you go to school by bus?
A) Yes, I do. B) No, I don’t.

2. How often do practice sports?
A) Often B) Rarely

3. Do you have a good breakfast every day?
A) Yes, I do. B) No, I don’t.

4. Do you have lunch at home?
A) Yes, I do. B) No, I don’t

5. How often do you study English?
A) Every day. B) Twice a week.

Give complete answers
E.g.: Do you play sports at school?
No, I don’t. I play sports at the club.

How often do you play sports?
I play soccer once a week, every Tuesday.

1. Do you watch TV before dinner?
2. How often do you listen to music?
3. How often do you study geography?
4. Do you wake up with an alarm clock?
5. How often do you have dinner?
6. Do you get up early?
7. How often do you walk to school?


Do you wanna dance? Song in three different styles for you to practice.

Why? A romantic and beautiful song by 3T and Michael Jackson.

Gammar exercises

Simple Present

Your turn!

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