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My Morning

My Morning1

A few useful phrases to describe my typical morning. Not the most exciting reading. But tell me your morning is much more interesting.

Phrases

  1. I do the same thing every day.
  2. At 7 am I hear the alarm clock and don’t believe that I have to get up.
  3. I’m going over in my mind all the things that I need to do today.
  4. Usually the stress of waking up gives me the strength to leave the bed and go to the bathroom.
  5. But I know that the adrenaline in my blood will be depleted in 1 hour and I will want to sleep again.
  6. After washing, I go to wake up my daughter.
  7. She needs to be fed, washed, dressed and taken to kindergarten.
  8. She doesn’t want to get up, I brake her for about a minute, then I take her in my arms and carry her to the other room to wake up on the sofa.
  9. Then my daughter and I go to the kitchen where I make tea and sandwiches.
  10. I’m usually late, but she sits and eats every sandwich for 15 minutes.
  11. I’m rushing her, but it’s not helping.
  12. Then we go to the kindergarten, which is located in the next building.
  13. I help her off with her street clothing, give her to the nanny and hurry to the subway.
  14. In the subway I only have 5 stops, because I am lucky with the distance to work.
  15. But the journey in one direction takes 1.5 hours anyway.
  16. That’s because I don’t live very close to the subway.
  17. But I like it because I can walk. Maybe this 40 minutes is the best part of my day.
  18. Then I come to work, I open the laptop and the working day can be considered as started.

Vocabulary

  • depleted – use up the supply or resources of

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