Daily routines verbs space

This exercise reviews verbs used when talking about everyday activities or daily routines in the English language. Learning how to talk about activities we perform on a regular basis is often part of a beginner’s first lesson in the English language. Teachers of ESL learners can use the game in class to help reinforce relevant vocabulary or simply let students practice out of the classroom. The verbs used are often associated with high frequency nouns, thereby helping to improve a learner’s associative memory of words. The game works across every device – mobile or desktop.
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Verbs used:
  • get up, eat breakfast, go to bed, brush my teeth, put on my uniform, read a book, wash my hands, etc.
Space Dog Game – How to Play This fun game is called ‘Space Dog’ and involves an astronaut dog looking for his bone in space. Will you give a dog a bone by answering the questions correctly, or let the UFO abduct his bone? This game takes the form of a multiple-choice quiz. The learner must listen to the instructions and choose the correct answer within a timed period of 15 or 20 seconds. The more correct answer the learner gets, the more stars they earn in the end. Learners should aim for three stars.