Describe your favourite day of the week.
You should say:
- what day it is
- what you usually do on that day
- how this day is different to you than other days of the week
and explain why this is your favourite day of the week.
[You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]
Deciding on the favourite day of the week is not an easy task, especially, when you are always busy with one thing or another. But, I will still go ahead and try my best to talk about a particular day which I would consider as my favourite.
Now, I am not sure many people would agree with me, but I consider “Friday” as my favourite day. For the most part, Friday is like any other weekdays to me because, on this day also, I wake up early in the morning as usual and then take a little morning walk outside before coming back to home and then taking a shower. After the shower, I take a light breakfast as I don’t really like to feel too much full in my stomach and sleepy before starting the workday.
By the way, I live a bit too far away from my work, so I have to wake up really early in order to beat the morning rush and traffics on the roads. After arriving at the office, I head straight to my own desk and start preparing the tasks list for the day after talking to my senior manager and other fellow workers, if needed. The work continues for about 5 long hours and stops at around 1:00 pm for a lunch break. After finishing lunch, I go back to work again and finish it at around 5:00 pm. Then, I hop into a bus and go straight to my home. Anyway, while this day may seem like any other day, Friday’s are a bit different for me because I feel more energized with an anticipation of a great weekend ahead.
Friday is my favourite day of the week, primarily because I feel more energized and productive on this day by managing to finish my work rather quickly. Besides, this is the day when I get to prepare for a happy weekend without worrying about what might have gone wrong in other days of the week. After all, preparing for a great weekend is actually more fun to me than the actual acts of a weekend.
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