Vocabulary: How do you spend your regular day?
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The time you spend with your family is worth every second.
I didn’t have a chance to do the shopping last week.
My kids don’t like to do homework, they prefer playing games!
My apartment is small, so I don’t have to do much housework.
Let’s stay in tonight and watch a movie.
Making to-do lists helps me stay organized.
I don’t think that eating chips and drinking cola is eating healthy food.
I had a good time with my friends last night, the party was really great!
I don’t typically go to bed late, only on the weekend.
I enjoy having a lie-in on Sundays.
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- to eat healthy food – have a healthy diet
- to go to bed late – go to sleep late
- to have a good time – to have fun with somebody or doing something
- to spend time (with someone) -> to stay somewhere or to do something together for a period of time
- to make a to-do list – write a list of things you want or should do in future
- to have a lie-in – to rest by staying in bed later than usual in the morning
- to do housework – to do the cleaning and washing at home
- to do homework – to do the exercises for lessons
- to stay in – to stay in your home for a period of time
- to do the shopping – to buy food and other things you need regularly / to go shopping – to go to a store to buy the thing(s) you need