DAY NO. 105

  1. Click HERE and do the activities found in the first two sections of lesson 2.18.

  2. Taking your completed "Weekly Routine Record", as well as a blank one, contact your Language Pal and relate to him or to her your weekly schedule.

  3. Reverse the process and have your correspondent dictate his or her schedule to you while you copy it down.

  4. Repeat your partner's weekly schedule back to him or her to verify that you have correctly understood.

  5. Using only your "Weekly Routine Record" form, written in English, practice relating your daily routine aloud as you be tested on a 2-minute oral presentation of that same topic in your next class.

Next class: Learning the present progressive tense or equivalent expression


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You can access previous days' lessons by clicking on the numbers below:

Day 82 - Learning interrogatives

Day 83 - Reviewing interrogatives

Day 84 - Reviewing interrogatives

Day 85 - Phonics 1 and elementary reading

Day 86 - Phonics 2 and elementary reading

Day 87 - Phonics 3 and elementary reading

Day 88 - Phonics 4 and elementary reading

Day 89 - Phonics 5 and elementary reading

Day 90 - Phonics 6 and elementary reading

Day 91 - Oral summary of the first Richardson Family reading

Day 92 - Responding to written questions on the first Richardson Family reading

Day 93 - Language Pals session on the first Richardson Family reading

Day 94 - Presenting the daily routine verbs

Day 95 - Conjugating the daily routine verbs and learning associated vocabulary

Day 96 - Learning to express need and purpose

Day 97 - Learning to express the time of day

Day 98 - Structuring daily routine statements

Day 99 - Reviewing the structuring of daily routine statements

Day 100 - Learning time expressions

Day 101 - Reviewing time expressions

Day 102 - Expressing a person's weekly routine

Day 103 - Recording one's weekly routine

Day 104 - Conveying your weekly routine to a classmate