Write An Essay On My Daily Routine Paragraph

Write ten sentences daily routine in English.

You can start your essay as below:  

We can write daily routine sentences for many reasons and they all have to be in the present simple. 

Purposes:

  • Writing a daily diary.
  • Writing your daily routine home work.
  • Writing a letter to a friend
  • Writing for family.
  • Describing your daily routine.
  • Daily routine in college.
  • Daily routine in school.
  • Daily routine on holidays.
  • Any daily routine.


We will give some examples on how to write ten sentences daily routine in English

My daily routine:

My name is Adam. I always wake up at 7 o’clock in the morning then I wash my face and brush my teeth. After that,  I do some exercises then I put my clothes on and prepare my school bag. Next, I have my breakfast and wait for the school bus. At 8 o’clock I go to school and start my first class then I go to the second class. After that, I often take my lunch break and talk with my friends. At around 12 noon I go back home and take a rest. Next, I usually watch some TV and chat with my family then I do my homework and help my mother in the house. At  9 o’clock I read a book and go to sleep.

Also your daily routine essay or the sentences in the paragraph should have some of the following:

Conjunctions needed:

  • Then, next, after that
  • And, or, because, so
  • In, on, at, above, under
  • Always, usually, often
  • First, second, finally


It is your turn now.

Write ten sentences daily routine in English about yourself.

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You can write your weekly or monthly routine in a similar way .  Just use weeks or months instead of days.

You can increase your writing skills level by looking at other types of writings like

  • Free writing
  • Process writing
  • Independent writing
  • Technical writing
  • Narrative writing and many other types of writing

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You can also take a look at some of the books below on how write in English.

Recommended books

This book teaches you how to keep writing and make a daily habit of it.

  • The more you write, the easier it gets.
  • It will make you a better writer.
  • People who write regularly get more ideas than people who don’t.
  • It helps build confidence in your writing skills.
  • If you want to make a living as a writer, writing every day will put you on the right track.

This book teaches you how to write about anything.

  • An easy-to-apply and use book to good writing, very simple and focuses on the important writing skills .
  • This book deals with problems in grammar, punctuation, usage, styles and many other issues related to writing.
  • This book will not only teach you but also show you how to write in English

Have you ever written an essay in 25 minutes? You have if you have ever sat for the SAT. While the stakes may be higher for a last-minute academic essay, the point is this: do not panic! Instead, read this six-step guide to writing an essay in a day:

1. Understand your goals

Whether you are writing a personal statement for a college or graduate school application, or an essay for a high school or college class, your assignment will have specific goals. Before you begin to write, review these goals. Clearly understanding your objective is essential when working with a shortened timeline.

2. Choose a topic

Under normal circumstances, you might devote several days to brainstorming a promising topic, and then you might write a detailed outline before writing and revising your essay over a week or two. When you are on a tight schedule, this is not possible.

So—write down the first three or four ideas that occur to you. If you cannot think of an appropriate topic, ask a parent or a friend to review the assignment with you. Do not spend more than 10 or 15 minutes on this part of your essay, as the execution ultimately matters more than the idea itself.

In addition, do not stress yourself about selecting the “perfect” topic. Without a topic, you will have no essay to turn in, and any essay is better than no essay. (It naturally follows that any topic is also better than no topic at all.)

3. Set deadlines

Establishing deadlines for a one-day essay is key. Budget 5-10 minutes for brainstorming, 15-20 minutes for creating an outline, and several hours for writing. You can also set aside an hour for feedback and review, and another hour for any necessary revisions. You should also allow for an hour-long break to recharge your mind. Finally, plan to submit your essay several hours before the deadline. A schedule with some flexibility will allow you to adapt to any unforeseen complications.

4. Arrange for reviewers in advance

Whenever possible, arrange for reviewers (such as your parents or friends) first thing in the morning, and let them know when they can expect a draft. When your deadline is in several days or weeks, you have the luxury of finding reviewers after you have finished your draft. With a shorter deadline, you will not have this ability. Be clear on the short turnaround time to ensure as smooth a review period as possible.

5. Outline your essay

There are many resources that can advise you on how to write a wonderful essay, but the purpose of this article is to shape that advice to the demands of a very short timeline. This includes resisting the urge to abandon the outline. Having an outline is even more important for a one-day essay than for a week-long project with a similar word count. A strong outline will keep your essay focused and organized from the start—which is critical when time constraints will limit your rewrites.

Your outline should not be detailed, and it should take no more than 15 or 20 minutes to complete. Determine your hook (see below for more information), and then jot down the threads that connect this moment to your central argument or idea.

6. Stay organized

When you are under pressure, your tendency may be to start writing and to see where your essay goes. Try instead to use a brief anecdote or emotional impact statement (i.e. the “hook” in your opening paragraph) to set the stakes for your essay. This is essentially your opportunity to state why your argument or idea is worth your reader’s attention.

Finally, remember that “perfect is the enemy of good.” Manage your expectations. Your goal should be to write a good essay, not a perfect one. If you have a compelling hook and a well-organized flow of ideas, check your writing for errors, and then send it in.

Brian Witte is a professional SAT tutor with Varsity Tutors, a live learning platform that connects students with personalized instruction to accelerate academic achievement. He earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Washington and holds a Ph.D. from The Ohio State University

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