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Maxime und Thibaut: Unser Alltag in Troyes


Mein Alltag in Troyes

Ich stehe um 7:00 Uhr auf. Ich mache die Lampe auf meinem Terrarium an und ich frühstücke meistens um 7:15 Uhr. Ich trinke immer einen Orangensaft und esse Gewürzkuchen. Um 7:30 Uhr gehe ich immer zu Fuß zur Uni. Ich arbeite bis 16:00 Uhr. Aber von 12:00 bis 14:00 Uhr esse ich mit meinen Freunden. Um 21:00 Uhr dusche ich und dann arbeite ich. Zum Schluss esse ich bis 22:30 zu Abend und ich gehe zu Bett um 00:30 Uhr.

I get up at 7:00. I turn on the lamp on my terrarium and I usually have breakfast at 7:15. o’clock. I always drink an orange juice and eat spice cake. At 7:30 I always walk, to the university. I work until 16:00. But, from 12:00 to 14:00 I eat with my friends. At 21:00 I take a shower and then I work. Finally I have dinner until 22:30 and I go to bed at 00:30.


Ich stehe eine Stunde vor meiner ersten Unterrichtsstunde des Tages auf. Ich frühstücke nie. Ich dusche und fahre mit dem Bus zur UTT. Ich habe den ganzen Tag Unterricht. Wenn ich fertig bin, klettere ich manchmal. Ich esse mit meiner Mitbewohnerin zu Abend und gehe gegen Mitternacht ins Bett. Manchmal gehe ich abends mit Freuden in Bars oder Restaurants aus.

I get up an hour before my first lesson of the day. I never have breakfast. I shower and take the bus to UTT. I have classes all day. When I’m done, I climb sometimes. I have dinner with my roommate and go to bed around midnight. Sometimes I go out in the evening with friends to bars or restaurants.

Unsere Gruppe

Beim Austausch über unsere täglichen Routinen konnten wir einige Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede feststellen, insbesondere bei der Aufstehzeit. Christos, der in Zypern lebt, steht beispielsweise um 5 Uhr morgens auf, um zum Sport zu gehen (und geht um 20 Uhr wieder zurück), im Gegensatz zu Benjamin, der um 8 Uhr morgens aufsteht, um seine Online-Kurse zu besuchen. Christos hat von uns allen die größten Schwierigkeiten, zu seiner Universität zu gelangen (40 min), weil er in den Verkehr gerät.  Benjamin ist der einzige, der überwiegend Online-Kurse hat (Online-Kurse am Vormittag und Präsenzveranstaltungen am Nachmittag). Im Übrigen ist ihr Tagesablauf dem unseren sehr ähnlich. Wir essen zur selben Zeit und unsere Kurse beschäftigen uns zu denselben Zeiten.

Sharing our daily routines, we could see some similarities and differences, especially when it comes to the time we get up. For example, Christos, who lives in Cyprus, gets up at 5am to go to sports (and goes back at 8pm), unlike Benjamin who gets up at 8am to attend his online classes. Christos has the most difficulty of all of us getting to his university (40 min) because he gets caught in traffic.  Benjamin is the only one who has mostly online courses (online courses in the morning and face-to-face classes in the afternoon). Apart from that, their daily routine is very similar to ours. We eat at the same time and our courses keep us busy at the same times.


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