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Daily Activities. Morning Activities

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We will explore vocabulary and phrases related to activities we perform at home

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IGCSE SPANISH Welcome to Lesson 1! In this introductory lesson, we'll focus on vocabulary and phrases related to morning activities in Spanish. We'll cover common expressions used to describe the start of the day, from waking up to heading off to work or school. Learning Objectives By the end of this lesson, you should be able to: Understand and use vocabulary related to morning activities. Describe your morning routine in Spanish. Use basic time expressions like "early", "late", "in the morning", etc. Lesson Content Part 1: Vocabulary We'll start with vocabulary related to morning activities. Examples include: Despertar (To wake up) Levantarse (To get up) Ducharse (To shower) Desayunar (To have breakfast) Vestirse (To get dressed) Salir (To leave) Part 2: Describing Morning Activities Next, we will introduce phrases and structures to describe morning activities, such as: "Me despierto a las 7 de la mañana." (I wake up at 7 in the morning.) "Primero me ducho, luego desayuno." (First I shower, then I have breakfast.) Part 3: Time Expressions Lastly, we'll learn basic time expressions that are useful when talking about morning routines. For example: Temprano (Early) Tarde (Late) En la mañana (In the morning) Antes de (Before) Después de (After) Assessment At the end of the lesson, there will be a quiz to assess your understanding of the vocabulary and phrases learned in this lesson. Conclusion Being able to describe your daily routine, particularly your morning activities, is a great way to practice your Spanish conversational skills. Remember to practice the vocabulary and phrases introduced in this lesson to improve your fluency in Spanish. See you in the next lesson!


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