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Урок 1. Daily routine
Глаголы, которые помогают нам описывать ежедневные действия
TO WAKE UP and TO GET UP
TO WAKE UP
=to stop sleeping and open your eyes.

When your alarm clock goes off in the morning you wake up because you are no longer sleeping.

You can wake up naturally (you body doesn't need to sleep any more) or something or someone can wake you up such as an alarm clock or a friend (or dog) jumping on your bed.

TO GET UP
=to get out of bed (usually to start your day).

Get up can also mean: To go from a lying position onto your feet.

TO TURN ON and TO TURN OFF
TO GO UP and TO GO DOWN
TO TURN ON
TO TURN OFF
TO GO UP
TO GO DOWN
TO TURN ON
= to make something working

EXAMPLE:
Could you turn the air-conditioning on, please? It's too hot here.
TO TURN OFF
= to make something stop working

EXAMPLE:
Could you turn the air-conditioning off, please? It's too cold here.
TO GO UP
= to move to the top of something
= to become better, increasing

EXAMPLE:
He is going up the ladder. His bedroom is on the second floor.
Things are going up this month. We have a lot of new customers.
TO GO DOWN
= to move to the bottom of something
= to become worse, decreasing

EXAMPLE:
She goes down to have a drink. The kitchen is in the basement.
Things are going down this month. We have a lot of debts.
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