What I usually do everyday
I usually get up at six o’clock in the morning.
First, I run around the playground near my home with my brothers. As soon as I reach home, I take a bath and change my school uniform. Then, I have my breakfast, and gather my books according to time-table. I take my bag and my lunch box and go out from home and wait a minute school ferry. Finally, leave for school. My school starts at 9:00 am.
I am usually in time for my class.
My class teacher ever eulogizes me not for late school.
The teachers come into our classroom and teach their respective subjects. I sit in front of the row and so, I can see the blackboard clearly. All of our teachers are good at teaching.
We can ask them whatever we do not understand.
We have a thirty minutes break time.
Most students go to the canteen but I have my lunch only in the classroom together with my classmates. There are three more periods in the afternoon.
I try and listen to the teachers’ explanations carefully. The school is over at three o’clock in the afternoon. On the way home, I talk about the day experience to my mother. On arriving home, I take a short rest and play with my neighborhood friends in the street. I often help my mother in the kitchen but sometimes I read story books with my father in the living room. After taking a bath, I rush off to my tuition.
By the time I come back home, it is quite too late. I have dinner with my family, and watch television for a while. Then, I sit at my study table, do my homework and study my lessons for about two hours. My elder brother sometimes helps with my lessons.
Then, I have taken a short break and I say my prayers.
After that, I wash my hands and feet.
I also pay homage to my parents and go to bed at about 9:00 pm.
The Season I like best
Our country, Myanmar, has the monsoon climate. However, there are three seasons in Myanmar. They are summer or the hot season, the rainy season and winter or the cold...
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