Mike: Sam, tell me about your brother’s typical day.
Sam: Well, my brother’s name is Billy and he usually gets up at about noon.
Mike: Noon!
Sam: Yes, noon.
Mike: But that’s…
Sam: Twelve o’clock, yes, that’s right.
Mike: But what does he do?
Sam: Oh, he’s a musician. But he doesn’t have much work right now.
Mike: OK, so what does he do after he gets up?
Sam: Well, he usually has breakfast.
Mike: So, after breakfast…?
Sam: … after breakfast, he always meets his friends and they often play hockey. And then they usually have lunch.
Mike: And what do they do after lunch?
Sam: Well, they sometimes go to a concert or they play some music.
Mike: And then what? Do they go to bed?
Sam: Well, my brother usually has dinner at a restaurant at nine or ten in the evening if he’s hungry, and then…
Mike: … he goes to bed?
Sam: … he always goes to a club or a party.
Mike: And when does he go home?
Sam: Four or five o’clock in the morning.
Mike: Four or five o’clock in the morning? Does he do this every day?
Sam: Well, he doesn’t do it on Sunday.
Mike: What does he do on Sunday?
Sam: He always stays at home and calls his friends.
Mike: Every Sunday?
Sam: Yes, most people are at home on Sunday.
Mike: I see. And this is a typical day?
Sam: Yes, well, it’s typical for my brother.




Nouns (imenice): Verbs (glagoli):
noon – podne
hockey - hokej
tell – reći
get up – ustati
have breakfast – doručkovati
have lunch – ručati
have dinner – večerati
meet – sastati se; upoznati nekog
go to a concert – ići na koncert
stay – ostati
call - zvati
Adjectives and adverbs
(pridevi i prilozi):
Prepositions and conjunctions
(predlozi i veznici):
typical – tipičan
usually – obično
right – tačno
always – uvek
often – često
sometimes – ponekad
hungry - gladan

 stay at home – ostati kod kuće



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