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Daily routine

Daily routine.

Note that many of the examples in this lesson use reflexive verbs.
Reflexive verbs are especially common in Spanish when we do things to ourselves.

EG:
I shave - me afeito
I wash myself - me lavo
She gets dressed - se viste
You get up - te levantas

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EXPLANATION:
The first line is a word in English -
The second word is the Spanish translation of the first line.
Use this lesson to rapidly increase your knowledge of the daily routine in Spanish.
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I go to the cinema once month
Voy al cine una vez al mes
How often do you go to the cinema?
¿Con qué frecuencia vas al cine?
What time do you get up?
¿A qué hora te levantas?
I count sheep if I suffer from insomnia
Cuento ovejas si sufro de insomnio
I have a sleepless night if I drink coffee.
No duermo si tomo café.
I have a rest after work.
Tengo un descanso después del trabajo.
I don't set the alarm clock at the weekends.
No pongo el despertador los fines de semana.
I go to bed at 11pm
Me acuesto a las 11pm
I get undressed before going to bed.
Me desnudo antes de irme a la cama.
We go home after work.
Nos vamos a casa después del trabajo.
My husband gets home late.
Mi esposo llega a casa tarde.
they start work at 9.
empiezan a trabajar a las 9.
I catch the bus
Cojo el autobus
I go to work after breakfast
voy al trabajo despues del desayuno
I never watch television
Yo nunca veo television
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