A(n) (extra)ordinary Australian Day

 Un giorno in Australia

In questi giorni abbiamo inviato alcune foto e i ricorrenti saluti provenienti dai nostri studenti che stanno trascorrendo una vacanza studio in Australia tramite la rete Fri.Sa.Li. World.
Come trascorrono le giornate i nostri studenti? Di seguito un breve report, rigorosamente in inglese (così si testa il livello raggiunto....) inviatoci da Alessia.
 

Ecco qui il mio piccolo racconto.

Alessia

I always wake up at 7:15 to text my mother and to check that everything's in my school beg. I have brekkie with my aussie family at 7:30: I have home made müsli, a banana or some strawberries and a capuccino. I leave home at 8:15 and I walk school to meet the other guys. Sometimes we have the same lessons, for example on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday we have Philosophy and maths. Most of the time I'm alone and I study History, English, Engineering Physics and Japanese. From 10:20 to 10:50 we have a break in which we can eat bickies or whatever helps us to pay attention during the day. Then from 1:10 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. we have lunch and it is possible to buy something to eat at the "tuckshop" which is the canteen. Our lessons finish at 3 p.m. and sometimes in the arvo we go to Brissie to spend our time together or to buy souvenirs. When I get home I'm really bushed even if we don't have to do the homework and I really would like to have a zizz, but usually we have tea at 6-6:30 p.m. because then at 9:30-10 p.m. everyone is sleeping. Before going to bed the three children and I have to pack up our lunch and if we like we can take a shower to sleep better. 
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