My every day activities are quite routine. They do not differ much from those of any other pupil of our country. My working day begins at 7 o’clock in the morning when I get up.
I do my physical jerks, wash, brush my teeth and comb my hair. Then I have breakfast. For breakfast I usually have toasted bread, fried eggs, corn flakes, tea or coffee and some jam.
At ten to eight I leave for school. I go to school five days a week. It takes me twenty minutes to get to school by bus.
At school I usually have six or seven lessons. The lessons are over at two o’clock. I return home at three o’clock. I have lunch and take a short rest.
I go for a walk with my friends. In spring we play football, in winter we play hockey or ski. I am back at home at a quarter past four. At four thirty I begin to do my home-work. It takes me three hours to do it.
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday I attend preparatory courses at the University. I leave home, at four thirty and come back at eight thirty.
My parents usually return home at seven o’clock. When I am at home we have dinner at seven thirty. After dinner we go to the sitting-room.
There we read books, watch TV, chat with the friends on the phone.
At ten o’clock I take a shower, brush my teeth and go to bed. I fall asleep fast and have no dreams.