On workdays, I don't feel tired, but every Saturday morning, I don't want to get up.
Don't want to go out, don't have any plans, just lay down on my bed and don't feel hungry.
morning on Saturday, I don't get up at regular time, don't have breakfast, just l ay down on my bed and learn English.
We study a language = the process [I've been studying English for many years.]
We learn a poem, a grammar rule. = finished event [I had to memorize a poem for speech class. It took me a long time, but I finally learned it.]
[I studied a list of vocabulary words for the test.]
Until the time past twelve, I think I have to get up at that time.
went out to find some food to eat.
The story needs to be in the present tense because the rest of the story talks about something you do regularly.
Do you go "out" of the house to pick up some food?
Or do you go out into the kitchen?
still go back a nd lay down on my bed and learn some English.
If I feel tired, I
will sleep again.
Every weekend, I spend time like this.
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