1986 HOMELIFE OF A TEACHER

 Mrs. Huskisson who is a teacher, lives
  with her husband and daughter, in    
 Shelfield. Her twin                   
 sons are at Warwick University. Mrs.  
 Huskisson owns one car. She and her   
 husband get up at 6.45am and her      
 daughter gets up at 7.00am. She has   
 her breakfast at 7.15am with the rest 
 of the family. She leaves for school  
 at 8.40am and has her lunch at home at
 about 12.30pm. Her favourite subject  
 at school is English. She usually     
 leaves school at about 4.40pm, and has
 dinner at 6.30pm. Mrs. Huskisson's    
 hobbies are dressmaking and music. She
 is taking a German course at Park Hall
 School. She uses her spare time to    
 read or to do the housework. She goes 
 to bed at 11.45pm.                    
                                       
                                       
                                       
 

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