Daily Routine Essay Mission

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Daily Routine Essay


  • You will write an essay that describes your daily routine.
  • Example: The alarm clock sounds at 6 am and I wake up. I turn on the TV and watch the news. After listening to the weather forecast, I get out of bed and wander to the kitchen to find something to eat.


  • You MAY NOT use an online translator or any online sources. Also, you may not consult native or heritage speakers. This will be considered cheating and you will receive a zero if you choose to ignore my directions.
  • You can consult a text book, your notes/packets, and any of the Spanish teachers at GMS/GHS. A Spanish dictionary (non-electronic) may be used as well.
  • * Try to stick to things/words you know. In other words, try to avoid excessive use of the dictionary.


  • Your dialogue must be at least 125 words in length. Try to use verbs and vocabulary that you have acquired throughout Spanish 1 and Spanish 2.
  • * Once again, please try to limit the use of dictionaries. Stick to what you know.


  • You must include the following items in your essay:
  • at least 8 reflexive verbs and pronouns (repeats do not count)
  • Please underline these verbs.
  • at least 4 different body part vocabulary words
  • Please circle these words.
  • at least 8 different object vocabulary words (ex. deodorant, shampoo, etc.)
  • Please circle these words.


  • Again, I will be looking at organization of your essay. Be sure that the piece flows and happens in a logical sequence.
  • DO USE transition words to help with flow. (examples: first, then, next, after, before, while, etc.)
  • Be sure to pay attention to word order, adjective agreement, verb agreement, etc.

Helpful Hints

  • Remember, you only know the present tense and the present progressive tense. Avoid words that end in “-ed” or questions that start with “did.”
  • Remember, a verb requires a reflexive pronoun if the subject and the object receiving the action are the same. See your notes!
  • Remember the rules concerning antes de, después de, and para. See your notes!


  • Do bring the following items to class:
  • 1. notebook
  • 2. packet and/or any worksheets that we have used in class.
  • 3. writing utensils
  • 4. Spanish dictionary (if you have one)

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