My Working Day - Question and Answer Match



Put the number of the correct answer into each space.


My working day starts very early. From Monday to Friday I get up at half past three and I have a shower and a cup of coffee. I usually leave the house at ten past four because the car always arrives a few minutes early. I get to the studio at about five o'clock and start work. My programme Good Morning Britain starts at seven o'clock and finishes at nine o'clock. Then I leave the studio at a quarter past ten. After that, I go shopping and visit some friends. I get home at three o'clock. A woman helps me with the housework and the ironing. I read a newspaper and do some work.

Then my husband gets home at half past five in the evening and I cook dinner. We stay at home in the evening. We don't go out because I go to bed very early. We usually watch television and then I go to bed at half past eight, I'm usually asleep by nine o'clock.

I think my job is very interesting but I don't like getting up very early.

1. Half past three.

2. She goes by car.

3. To the studio.

4. Good Morning Britain.

5. Two hours.

6. Nine o'clock.

7. She reads a newspaper.

8. After her husband gets home.

9. Because she gets up very early.

10. They go to see friends or go to the cinema.

1. How long does 'Good Morning Britain' last?

    

2. What time does Cynthia get up during the week?

    

3. What is the name of the TV show Cynthia works on?

    

4. Why doesn't she go out in the evening during the week?

    

5. What does she do in the afternoon at home?

    

6. When does Cynthia cook dinner?

    

7. What do Cynthia and her husband do at the weekend?

    

8. Where does the car take her?

    

9. How does she get to the studio?

    

10. What time does 'Good Morning Britain' finish?

    




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