GROUP A GROUP B1. I play volleyball at the 1. He plays football with his beach. friends.2. I listen to music in the 2. He listens to romantic afternoons. music.3. I go to the cinema on 3. He goes shopping in the Saturdays. evenings.4. I watch TV at night. 4. He watches TV on Fridays.
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FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE VERBS IN PARENTHESIS 1. I _________ (watch) TV with my family. watch 2. plays Alfredo ________ (play) tennis on saturdays. 3. Sally _________ (listen) to pop music. listens 4. We ________ (play) volleyball in our school. play 5. watches Tony _______ (watch) football on TV. 6. listen You _______ (listen) to the news on the radio.
ADVERBS OF FREQUENCYTHE ADVERBS OF FREQUENCYARE USED TO EXPRESS HOW THE MOST POPULAR ADVERBS OFMANY TIMES SOMETHINGHAPPENS. FREQUENCY ARE: •ALWAYS, USUALLY, OFTEN,POSITION: SOMETIMES, NEVER.1.Adverbs of frequency usually go before the main verb.Example:She often studies on Saturday 2. However, adverbs of frequency always go aftermorning. the verb to be, after auxiliary verbs such as do /Do you usually have breakfast don’t and after modal verbs such as MUST andat home? CAN• We use HOW OFTEN to ask Example:about the frequecy of an He is always happy.action. I don’t always finish my hw.How often do you play the They must never go to bed at 11piano? NEVER You can often see the stars.
LOOK AT THE SENTENCES AND ORDER THEM. CHANGE THEVERBS ACCORDING TO THE PRONOUNS.1. Take a shower / she/ always/ at 7 am 5. She/ listen to/ sometimes/ romantic music She always takes a shower at 7 am. She sometimes listens to romantic music. 6. I /twice a week/ go to the disco2. He/ get up/ never/ at 6 am. He never gets up at 6 am. I go to the disco twice a week.3. They/often/ worried/ are. 7. They/ play/ never/ video games They are often worried. They never play video games4. We/ dinner/ have/ never/ with our mom. 8. You/ in the library/ sometimes/ study We never havedinner with our mom You sometimes study in the library.
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