Do you know how to talk about DAILY ROUTINES IN SPANISH?
Daily routines in Spanish are said LAS RUTINAS DIARIAS. In this lesson, we are going to learn Spanish verbs to describe routines. Students registered in our Premium Service can get a copy of our pdf sheets, just by leaving a message in the comment. After that practice the vocabulary with our quizzes below.
Learn the vocabulary about daily life in the context
Some of the verbs referred to as daily routines are reflexives, so click on the link if you want to review this topic. On the other hand, You can also see the vocabulary in context by watching the video “Mi rutina diaria” below and listening to a podcast about a woman’s daily life, finally, try to do all the activities included in them.
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List of daily routines in Spanish
- Apagar la alarma – to turn off my alarm
- Levantarse – to get up
- Ducharse – I take a shower
- Vestirse – to get dressed
- Peinarse – to comb my hair
- Desayunar – to have breakfast
- Lavarse los dientes – to brush my teeth
- Ir al trabajo – to go to work
- Empezar a trabajar – Start work
- Responder los correos electrónicos – to answer emails
- Almorzar – to have lunch
- Terminar de trabajar – to finish work at 5
- Volver a casa – to go back home
- Llegar a casa – To arrive home
- Dar de comer al perro – to feed the dog
- Preparar la cena – to cook dinner
- Cenar– To have dinner
- Ver la televisión – to watch TV
- Leer un libro – to read a book
- Acostarse – to go to bed
- Dormir – to sleep
- Dormido – to fall asleep
vestirse, acostarse, levantarse, pasear, ver la tele, trabajar, comer, dormir, despertarse, desayunar, leer el periódico.