My Daily Routine. English for Beginners A1-A2. | ESL Video

My Daily Routine. English for Beginners A1-A2.

Quiz by: rmd    

Description: How Mariana spends her day.
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1. What time does Marianna usually wake up?
2. What does she do in the morning?
3. What does she usually have for breakfast?
4. What time does she finish work?
5. Where does she have lunch?
6. What time does she go to the University?
7. What does she do after school?
8. What time does she fall asleep?
My Daily Routine
I wake up at eight o'clock in the morning. I do yoga first and then I take a quick shower. Afterwards, I make breakfast. Usually, I have an avocado toast and a coffee with milk. At nine o'clock, I take a bus to go to the center. I start working at half-past nine and I finish working at 2:00 pm. For lunch I usually go to the cafeteria and order a Spanish omelette and a salad. Sometimes I go to an Italian restaurant to eat some pizza. At half-past three, I take a bicycle to go to the University. Right now I am earning a master's degree in English studies. I have classes from 4 to 8 o'clock in the evening. After classes, I go to the gym or go out with my friends. Before going to bed, I read a book or watch an episode of my favorite series. Right now I'm reading The Little Prince to improve my French. I fall asleep at midnight.
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Mariana's Daily Routine: A Day in the Life of a Busy Student

Join Mariana on a journey through her daily routine, from morning yoga to late-night reading. This video offers a glimpse into the life of a dedicated student balancing work, study, and social activities.

Follow Mariana as she navigates her day, learning vocabulary related to daily activities, meals, and leisure time. Perfect for ESL learners looking to expand their everyday English skills.

This video is ideal for low-intermediate ESL students interested in improving their vocabulary and understanding of the Present Simple tense. Use it in the classroom for engaging discussions or as a prompt for writing exercises.



Present Simple


Daily routine

Student life

English studies

Discussion Questions

1.) What do you do in the morning?
2.) What do you do in the afternoon?
3.) What do you do in the evening?





master's degree




fall asleep

avocado toast

Spanish omelette