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My Week-day

   I am very busy on my week-days. My week-days do not differ much one from another. On week-days my working day begins early in the morning. My school starts at 8 o'clock, so I have to get up at 7, to be ready in time.
   I never wake up myself, my mother always wakes me up. Sometimes I do my morning exercises, then I rush to the bathroom. I clean my teeth, wash my face. The cold water makes me feel not so sleepy. Then I go back to my room, make the bed. I switch on my radio, usually I listen to radio.
   I put on my clothes, comb my hair, put a little make-ups. By that time my breakfast is ready (my mother cooks it for me). At a quarter to eight I grab my bag and rush to my school. My school starts at 8 o'clock and I don't like to be late.
   Usually I have six or seven lessons a day, it lasts till 3 o'clock. After each lesson there is a break, so I can talk to my friends or eat my sandwich. When school is over I go home.
   First of all I need to walk my dog. Then I have my dinner and a little rest. The teachers give us a lot of homework, so I start doing it about 16.30 or 17.00. As a rule it takes me two or three hours to do my home assignments.
   My parents get home about six o'clock. We watch soapopera on TV, have supper together. We share all the news, I tell about the lessons and school. After it, I help my mother to do some work about the house — wash dishes, sweep the floor, clean the room.
   Twice a week in evenings I go play tennis. When I do not go to play tennis, I stay home and watch TV, listen to the music, read magazines. Sometimes my friends call me and we go for a walk.
   At eleven o'clock tired after a long working day I go to bed and fall asleep.

Мой рабочий день

   В будние дни я очень занята. Мои будние дни не слишком отличаются друг от друга. В будни мой рабочий день начинается рано утром. Занятия в школе начинаются в 8 часов, так что мне надо вставать в 7, чтобы быть готовой вовремя.
   Я никогда не просыпаюсь сама, меня всегда будит моя мама. Иногда я делаю утреннюю зарядку, а после нее мчусь в ванную. Я чищу зубы, умываю лицо. От холодной воды я чувствую себя не такой сонной. Затем я возвращаюсь в свою комнату и застилаю постель. Я включаю радио, обычно я слушаю радио.
   Я одеваюсь, расчесываюсь, слегка подкрашиваюсь. К этому времени мой завтрак готов (его мне готовит мама).Без четверти восемь я хватаю мою сумку и несусь в школу. Занятия начинаются в восемь, а я не люблю опаздывать.
   Обычно у меня шесть или семь уроков в день, которые продолжаются до трех часов. После каждого урока есть перемена, так что я могу поговорить с друзьями или съесть свой бутерброд. После того как занятия заканчиваются, я иду домой.
   Прежде всего мне нужно погулять с собакой. Потом я обедаю и немного отдыхаю. Учителя задают нам много домашних заданий, так что я начинаю выполнять их около 16.30 или 17.00. Обычно (как правило) у меня уходит два-три часа на их выполнение.
   Мои родители приходят домой около шести. Мы вместе ужинаем, смотрим мыльную оперу по телевизору. Потом делимся новостями, я рассказываю об уроках и школе. После этого я помогаю моей маме по дому: мою посуду, подметаю пол, убираю квартиру.
   Дважды в неделю по вечерам я играю в теннис. Когда я не хожу играть в теннис, то остаюсь дома и смотрю телевизор, слушаю музыку или читаю журналы. Иногда звонят мои друзья, и мы идем гулять.
   В одиннадцать часов вечера, уставшая после долгого трудового дня, я ложусь в постель и засыпаю.

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