During an interview to Newsweek Obama talks about his typical day:
"My usual day is: I exercise in the morning and get to the office around 8:30. I work till about 6:30 p.m. and then I have dinner with the family, hang out with the kids and put them to bed about 8:30. After that I read briefing papers, do paperwork or write stuff until about 11:30. Then I usually read a book before I go to bed.”
What most people don’t know is that he doesn’t do all his day-to-day work in the Oval Office. He prefers to edit speeches and review papers in the President's Study rather, on the second floor of the White House. The White House receives about 20,000 letters and emails every day and, sometimes, citizens are surprised by a personal response from Obama himself.
Roteiro do áudio e correção do exercício proposto em postagem no Facebook.