First I get up and then I take a shower for 10 minutes. Before breakfast I brush my teeth and get dressed. Then I have breakfast with my brothers and my parents. Finally I go to school and come back home at noon. Siempre ayudo a limpiar la casa, lavar los trastes y hacer los quehaceres en la casa.
A veces voy al cine con mis amigos o jugamos juntos. I do many activities every day.
I go to school in the morning. After returning I eat lunch and rest for an hour. Then I do my homework and study for the next day. I like watching TV and playing video games and I also like playing sports like soccer and baseball sometimes.
I always help to clean the house, wash the dishes and do the household chores. Sometimes I go to the movies with my friends or play together. Cuando regreso hacemo s los quehaceres juntos y cenamos. En general, es una rutina muy ocupada. I get up at 6 in the morning, cook breakfast for us and help my children get ready for school. Marcos bathes and dresses himself. Rosa does many things by herself.
I go to my work at 8 in the morning. When we return we do the chores together and have dinner. The children go to sleep at 10 pm.
If loading fails, click here to try again. Read each question carefully and answer according to the information provided in the conversation. There is a tip for every correct answer. Congratulations - you have completed Listening quiz: A busy daily routine - Una rutina ocupada.
Your answers are highlighted below. Question 1. Question 1 Explanation:. Jasmin tells her friend that she has a busy day all the time so the expression "rutina ocupada" busy routine is the right answer. Question 2.
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Question 2 Explanation:. Notice that many of these activities are actually reflexive verbs acting like nouns. That's how we refer to everyday activities in general. Of course, we have seen that these reflexive verbs change once they are used in sentences. Question 3. Question 3 Explanation:. Question 4.
Question 4 Explanation:. Jasmin mentions that she cooks breakfast and eat with her children before going to work. Notice that these activities are not stated as reflexive verbs but it is still possible to say "Tengo que cocinarte el desayuno" I have to cook breakfast for you. Keep in mind that the main activities here are "Cocinar", "limpiar" and "Lavar".
Question 5. Question 5 Explanation:.
They help Jasmin to clean the house - limpiar la casa. In this sentence, the reflexive pronoun "le", which corresponds to "ella", is used to refer to Jasmin. We could use this structure to create sentences like "Ellos nos ayudan siempre" They help us always. La brisa de verano me hace sentir bien. Blowin' through the jasmine in my mind. Blowin' though the jasmine in my mind. See the paper layin' on the sidewalk. A little music from the house next door. So I walk on up to the doorstep. Through the screen and across the floor. Sweet days of summer -- the jasmine's in bloom.
July is dressed up and playing her tune. And I come home from a hard day's work. And you're waitin' there, not a care in the world. See the smile awaitin' in the kitchen. Veo la sonrisa esperando en la cocina.
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Food's cookin' and the plates for two. Feel the arms that reach out to hold me. Siento los brazos que se estiran para abrazarme. In the evening when the day is through. Blowing through the jasmine in my mind.
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