How do you describe your daily routine in Spanish?

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How do you describe your daily routine in Spanish?

Daily routine

Spanish English
despertar Su madre la despierta a las ocho. to wake someone up Her mother wakes her up at 8 o’clock.
despertarse Me despierto muy temprano. to wake up I wake up very early.
levantarse to get up

What is the daily life in Spain?

A typical Spanish working day tends to be from around 8.30am or 9am to around 1.30 pm and then from 4.30pm or 5pm to around 8pm. The famous siesta, whilst declining in the larger cities, is still a major part of the working day in Spain.

What is a daily activity?

DAY-lee LIH-ving) The tasks of everyday life. These activities include eating, dressing, getting into or out of a bed or chair, taking a bath or shower, and using the toilet.

How to describe your daily routine in Spanish?

The first example of a daily routine will show someone talking about his morning routine in Spanish, “la rutina de la mañana”. Sequence words like “Primero” (first), “Luego” (then), “Antes de” (before), “Después de” (after) and “Finalmente” (finally) will be used in most descriptions to connect ideas.

Is there a vocabulary for everyday activities in Spanish?

There is a lot of vocabulary for everyday activities in Spanish, and many of them are very useful when describing daily routines. In this lesson, will focus on things that people do regularly through a list of common daily routine activities in Spanish.

How to write daily routines in a box?

This will make the descriptions more real and complete. Pay attention to the way the vocabulary for daily routines in the box is used to make meaningful sentences and a complete paragraph. Despertarse, levantarse, bañarse, desayunar, cepillarse, vestirse, irse, regresar.

How does the reflexive verb work in Spanish?

We’ll take you through a quick review of how reflexive verbs work. And you can show off your newfound knowledge in a daily routine worksheet at the end. In this context, the main difference between Latin American Spanish and Peninsular Spanish i s the fact that you don’t have to worry about learning the vosotros form for the reflexive verbs.

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