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    Writing a DIARY ENTRY

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    First you need to know the structure of a diary entry, then read and use the useful phrases:
    • You write it: Ich-Perspektive
    • Watch out! Past tense!

    Element

    phrases

    The date of that day

    1st March 2025
    2nd October 2030
    3rd May 2010

    Greet the diary

    Dear diary,
    - today I feel great \ bad \ terrible \ awesome \ lonely \ sad \ ...
    - You won't believe what happened to me today ...
    - Let me tell you, what happened today...
    - Today was a special \ weird day. \ ... the best\worst day of my life.

    Event
    Tell what happened

    Feelings
    When it happened


    Interact
    with the diary

    Can you believe it?
    Do you remember when ...
    What do you think?
    What could I have done!?
    What should I do now?

    Feelings
    Now, looking back

    All in all it was a great \ awesome \ fantastic \ unbelievable \ bad \ horrible \ terrible \ sad \ ... day

    Say bye!

    Yours, your name
    Until tomorrow, your name
    See you, your name

    Who was with you?
    Where did it happen?
    What did you do?
    When did it happen?
    Today, I went ...
    This morning, ...
    This afternoon, ...

    Past Tense!!

    We had so much fun, when ...
    I was so excited to ...
    I hated it, when ...
    I was really annoyed, when ...
    I was so nervous, but she ...
    I can't believe that ...
    I felt terrible\ horrible\ strange\ weird
    I was so angry\upset

    Present Tense!!

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    Useful Phrases: Writing a DIARY ENTRY

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    Awesome phrases for an awesome diary entry.
    Translate them!

    Start a sentence with...

    English

    German

    English

    German

    Hopefully

    Lately

    Fortunately

    Recently

    Unfortunately

    Incidentally

    Luckily

    Curiously

    Unluckily

    Eventually

    Thankfully

    Anyway, ...

    I wonder if ...

    At least ...

    Speech like phrases

    By the way, ...

    I imagine that ...

    To tell the truth ...

    I should have told you that ...

    I must tell you ...

    I am (not) looking forward to ...

    Right now I'm very ...

    I am (not) worried about ...

    You will never believe it but ...

    I expect that ...

    I hope that ...

    The best bit is ...

    To be honest, ...

    The best\worst part\bit is ...

    Rhetorical questions

    English

    German

    Can you believe that ...

    You know what?

    Can you imagine it?

    Have you ever ...?