Group lessons|Adults|El|U1|11. Wake up get out of bed


Answer the questions

1. Are you tired in the morning?
2. Are you hungry in the morning?
3. Are you thirsty in the morning?
4. Are you angry in the morning?
5. What time do you usually wake up?


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Read the rule

Telling the Time

Elementary

There is more than one way of telling the time. Learn the rules and choose your way!


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Examples

  • Why does the time go so fast? It’s eleven fifteen. Then it’ll be 10 p.m., 12 o’clock and 2050.
  • I come home at 4 p.m., but I never have enough time.

Forms

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Usage

To answer the question «What’s the time?» or «What time is it?»

— What’s the time?
— It’s 3 p.m.

To answer the question «When?» or «What time?»

— When/What time does he come home?
— He comes home at 6.35.

Common mistakes

x He gets up in 7 a.m.

He gets up at 7 a.m.

What’s the time? Match the times with the clocks.


five past two
It's five past two

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It's seven o'clock

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It's twenty-five to five

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It's half past eight

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It's twenty past one

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It's ten to three

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It's a quarter past four

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quarter past four
It's five past two

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It's seven o'clock

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It's twenty-five to five

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It's half past eight

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It's twenty past one

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It's ten to three

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It's a quarter past four

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ten to three
It's five past two

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It's seven o'clock

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It's twenty-five to five

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It's half past eight

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It's twenty past one

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It's ten to three

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It's a quarter past four

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twenty-five to five
It's five past two

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It's seven o'clock

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It's twenty-five to five

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It's half past eight

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It's twenty past one

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It's ten to three

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It's a quarter past four

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seven o'clock
It's five past two

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It's seven o'clock

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It's twenty-five to five

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It's half past eight

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It's twenty past one

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It's ten to three

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It's a quarter past four

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twenty past one
It's five past two

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It's seven o'clock

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It's twenty-five to five

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It's half past eight

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It's twenty past one

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It's ten to three

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It's a quarter past four

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half past eight
It's five past two

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It's seven o'clock

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It's twenty-five to five

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It's half past eight

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It's twenty past one

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It's ten to three

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It's a quarter past four

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Look at the pictures of the clock. What time is it?

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Listen to Vicky’s morning. Write the seven times you hear.


Match the phrases and pictures

Look at Vicky’s typical morning



Look at the times. Describe Vicky’s morning.

Example: She wakes up at 7.00

1. 7.00
2. 7.15
3. 7.25
4. 7.30
5. 7.45
6. 7.55
7. 8.00

Listen, read and repeat the phrases

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Wordlist

1. finish work
2. finish school
3. get dressed
4. get home
5. get to work
6. get to school
7. get up
8. go home
9. go shopping
10. go to bed
11. go to the gym
12. go to work
13. go to school
14. have a coffee
15. have a shower
16. have a bath
17. have breakfast
18. have dinner
19. have lunch
20. make dinner
21. sleep
22. start work
23. start school
24. take
25. wake up
26. watch TV

Useful language

  • do her Italian homework
  • go to her class

Tell about daily routines. Use the pictures to help


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Look at the pictures. Read the information. Who are these people?

Professor Parker, a stress expert from the University of London, looks at two people’s typical day and tries to help…

Louisa is a single mother. Louisa works as a guide at the National Gallery in London and lives with her son George, aged 9.

Simon works for a computer company. He lives in Brighton but he works in London.


Listen and read. How stressed is Louisa?



6.30 I get up and I make George’s sandwiches. Then I do some housework. Then I wake up George and make his breakfast. I’m always in a hurry and I don’t have time for breakfast at home.
8.00 We cycle to school because the bus is expensive. Then I cycle six miles to work.
9.00 I have a sandwich for breakfast in the canteen, and then I start work. My first tour is usually at 9.30. I like my job but I don’t earn much money and I stand all day.
5.00 I finish work and I go to pick up George at 5.30. We go shopping.
6.30 I cook dinner and help George with his homework. After dinner I do more housework or answer e-mails until 9.00. I don’t go out in the evening because a babysitter is very expensive.
9.00 George goes to bed and I read him a story. Then I go to bed — I’m really tired!

Read the words. Do you understand what they mean?


Wordlist

1. guide
2. single mother
3. then
4. always
5. at home
6. be in a hurry
7. earn money
8. go out
9. tired
10. invite
11. cycle
12. canteen
13. pick up
14. after
15. until
16. babysitter
17. story

Complete the sentences with the words or phrases

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Listen to the text again. Answer the questions. Use full sentences


1. What time does Louisa get up?
2. Does Louisa have breakfast at home? Why (not)?
3. How does she get to work?
4. Why does she cycle to work?
5. What does she have for breakfast?
6. What time does she finish work?
7. Does she go out in the evening? Why (not)?
8. What time does she cook dinner?
9. What does she do after dinner?
10. What time does George go to bed?
11. What does she read before going to bed?
12. Why is she very tired at the end of the day?
13. What do you recommend Louisa?


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