Daily Activities! Learn how to Describe your Daily Routines in English, illustrated with pictures and examples. One of the most common topics of conversation in any language is to talk about your daily routine. When speaking with an English speaker, you are likely going to want to at least refer to your daily routine and there is a whole host of vocabulary related to this topic. Knowing these words and phrases is also excellent for listening to other people as they are likely to talk about their daily routines and you are going to want to be able to understand what they are saying.
There are some key phrases and common verbs that are useful to learn in order to explain your day to another person.
Learn more with a big list of verbs in English.
Daily Activities List
- Do the laundry
- Hang the clothes
- Iron the clothes
- Make the bed
- Go to bed
- Wake up
- Brush the teeth
- Drive to work
- Get home
- Take a bath
- Brush your hair
- Surf the net
- Play with friends
- Go to school
- Go shopping
- Wash the car
- Get dressed
- Go out with a friend
- Take pictures
- Play the guitar
- Water the plant
- Go for a walk
- Have breakfast
- Have lunch
- Have dinner
- Make dinner
- Fold the laundry
- Surf the net
- Feed the dog
- Take a taxi
- Wait for the bus
- Paint the picture
- Have a break (U.K) – Take a break (U.S)
- Walk the dog
- Take out the rubbish (U.S)
- Sweep the floor
- Rake the leaves
- Read the news
- Clean the window
- Cut the grass
- Do the dishes
- Paint the house
Learn these daily activities words to enhance your vocabulary in English.
Talking about Your Daily Routines with Pictures
Do the laundry
I often do the laundry on Saturday morning.
Hang the clothes
You should hang the clothes when the sun shines.
Iron the clothes
My mom loves ironing the clothes.
Make the bed
We are taught to make the bed after getting up.
Vacuum the floor
I vacuum the floor once a week.
Go to bed
Go to bed late will have bad effect to our health.
I often wake up at 6 o’clock in the morning.
Brush the teeth
The doctors advise us to brush the teeth twice a day.
Drive to work
My father sometimes drives to work instead of taking a bus.
It’s time to get home.
Take a bath
Brush your hair
Surf the net
Play with friends
One day while playing with my friends, I accidentally broke a window in a store near our home.
Go to school
You don’t have to go to school to day.
I’d love to go shopping, too, but we have no money.
My father often stay up early in the morning and do exercise.
Put on makeup
Should I put on some makeup?
Wash the car
On his last day, while washing the managing director’s car, Wilson found money in the trunk.
Don’t you think she ought to get dressed while we discuss it?
Go out with a friend
He brought her to our house before the dance so we could take pictures.
Play the guitar
I was gonna sing and play the guitar in the bar.
Water the plant
Go for a walk
A woman’s work is never done.
What time do you often have lunch?
Fold the laundry
The mother taught her son how to fold the laundry.
Surf the net
Nowadays, people spend most of their time surfing the net.
Feed the dog
Tom is feeding the dog.
Take a taxi
Wait for the bus
Paint the picture
Have a break (U.K) – Take a break (U.S)
Let’s have/take a break right now.
Walk the dog
Take out the rubbish (U.S)
Sweep the floor
I recommend that you sweep the floor before you mop it.
Rake the leaves
Dad’s outside raking the leaves.
Read the news
Clean the window
Cut the grass
Do the dishes
Paint the house
Describing your Daily Activities | Daily Routines Pictures
Daily Routines & Daily Activities Vocabulary | Picture 1
Daily Routines & Daily Activities Vocabulary | Picture 2
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Last Updated on February 27, 2023