Did the alarm clock go off?
It is time to get up!
Get up soon!
Are you awake?
Are you feeling sick?
Did you sleep well?
Would you turn off the alarm clock?
You finally got up.
It is a nice day!
Did you stay up late last night?
Let us fold up the futon/pillow.
You were snoring last night.
I had a nightmare.
You left the light on.
I have to go (and) wash my face.
It is time to have breakfast.
I am still sleepy.
I am still yawning.
I have a hangover.
I am a night person.
Coffee wakes me up.
Did you brush your teeth?
I have to comb my hair.
What should I wear?
Hurry up and get dressed.
Put those pajamas away.
I am leaving. Bye Mom!
Let’s play hooky today!
You are wearing your sweater inside out.
It is upside down.
Don’t forget to take out the garbage.
It is your turn to take out the garbage.
What are you doing today?
If you don’t hurry, we will be late.
Hurry up or you’ll be late for school.
Did you lock the door?
Are you forgetting something?
It is already 8:00 clock!
I am late.
I have to rush!
Are you gonna be late today?
What time are you coming home?
Have you got your lunch box?
It might rain today.
Don’t forget to lock the door when you leave.
Did you have a goog time?
How did it go today?
Can I go out to play?
Where are the snacks?
I am going to cram school now.
May I have my allowance?
I am tired.
What would you like for dinner?
Would you help me set the table?
What should I make for dinner?
It is good to be home.
Would you run to the store?
The bath is ready.
I am taking a shower.
Is dinner ready?
Mom, what is for dinner tonight?
What is for dinner?
Today we are having curry.
How soon can you get it ready?
Please go ahead.
The knife cuts well, doesn’t it?
The water is boiling.
Come and get it!
It is time to eat.
Did you wash your hands well?
Don’t spill it.
Eat all of your vegetables.
Finish up your plate.
I don’t like asparagus.
It was very delicious, Thank you.
Would you clear the table?
Do the dishes!
I will dry the dishes.
What are you doing?
I am watching TV.
Are there good programs on TV?
What is on channel 8?
Would you change the channel?
I want to watch more TV.
Let us spread out the futon.
I am sleepy.
Did you do your homework?
Hurry up and go to sleep.
Enough with your video game.
Make sure you brush your teeth.
Are you ready for tomorrow?
I am going to take a bath.
Time to go to sleep.
You left the TV on.
Don’t leave your stuff here.
I set the alarm clock for 8:00.
Wake me up at 7:00 tomorrow.
I want to take a nap.
I am going to lie down.
You are pretending to be asleep.
Were you sleeping?
No, I was awake.
Will you change the baby’s diaper?
Do you need to pee?
It is time to go wee-wee(pee-pee).
Let us play catch!
The water is leaking.
It is so dusty.
It is stuffy in this room.
It is drafty in this room.
Wiil you feed the dog?
Will you take the dog for a walk?
Take care of my brother and sister.
Please water the plants.
What a mess!
Clean up your room.
Help me clean up the house.
We’re out of the dish detergent.
Would you put up the clothes to dry?
Will you help me fold up the clothes?
Please scrub the sink.
I have to vacuum my room.
Please dust the shelves.
Please mop the floor.
Will you iron the shirt?
I have to iron my skirt.
Let us go grocery shopping.
The park was crowded.
Can you baby-sit tonight?
This is for you.
This is your share.
What do you want for your birthday?
I usually work out after work.
I started jogging.
I quit smoking.
Do you dream often?
I’ve been forgetful lately.
When is this due?
It is due on the thirtieth.
Could you give me change?
Do you have change for 100 yuan?
I need to withdraw 1000 yuan from my saving account.
I paid out of my own pocket.
I am out of cash.
I don’t have much money on me now.
I am broke.
I have a lot of money on me now.
I can not afford to be lazy.(没时间闲呆着)
What a waste!
He didn’t pay the debt and disappeared.
[New Words To Me]
futon — a simple Japanese floor bed or mattress made from strong cotton fabric and filled with cotton waste, tufted and unbordered.
snore — breathe noisily during one’s sleep.
yawn — an involuntary intake of breath through a wide open mouth; usually triggered by fatigue or boredom.
hangover — medically termed veisalgia, is the after-effect following the consumption of large amounts of one drug or another. In particular, it is most commonly associated with the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
comb — a thin toothed strip, as of plastic, used to smooth, arrange, or fasten the hair.
pajamas — a form of nightwear for those who do not prefer to sleep in their underwear or nude.
play hooky — (slang.) play truant from work or school.
snack — a hurried or light meal; Food eaten between meals.
cram school — schools that train their students to meet particular goals, most commonly to pass the entrance examinations of high schools or universities.
allowance — a term used to describe a regular allocation of money from one person to another. Usually parents will give their children a relatively small amount of money on a recurring basis.
curry — season with a mixture of spices; typical of Indian cooking.
spill — to cause or allow (a substance) to run or fall out of a container.
asparagus — 芦笋
spread out — unfold; open from a closed or folded state.
stuff — household or personal articles considered as a group.
nap — to sleep for a brief period, often during the day; doze.
diaper — a folded piece of absorbent material, such as paper or cloth, that is placed between a baby’s legs and fastened at the waist to contain excretions.
pee — (slang.) informal terms for urination.
wee-wee — as same as pee.
peekaboo — a game for amusing a small child, in which one covers one’s face or hides and then returns to view saying Peekaboo!
stuffy — lacking sufficient ventilation; close.
drafty — having or exposed to drafts of air.
detergent — a cleansing substance that acts similarly to soap but is made from chemical compounds rather than fats and lye.
scrub — to remove (dirt or stains) by hard rubbing.
sink — a water basin fixed to a wall or floor and having a drainpipe and generally a piped supply of water.
vacuum — a device that uses suction to collect dirt from the bottom and sides of a pool.
dust — to remove dust from by wiping, brushing, or beating.
mop — to wash or wipe with or as if with a mop.
grocery — a store selling foodstuffs and various household supplies.
jog — to run or ride at a steady slow trot.