There are many collocations and idioms in talking about our daily routine.
Work routine (Bedside Nursing)
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SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE for routines
We usually use simple present tense to talk about things we do every day. We also use it for things that happen often, usually, sometimes, occasionally, seldom, rarely and never.
We conjugate the verb at the start of the expression (e.g. get, take, have, do) and the rest of the expression does not change.
We use the helping verb “do”, which we conjugate and place in front of the main verb in the collocation or idiom. The main verb remains in the root form.
Practice repeating aloud each collocation above, running the underlined words together until they FLOW AS ONE EXPRESSION.