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  1. 1. Present Simple Adverbs of Frequency exerciseHow to complete the exercise on present simple adverbsFill in the gaps in the sentences below to make some true sentences about your normal reaction in thesituations given. see the example below to help you get started.Exercise present simple adverbs of frequencyAn example of the first question “I always clean my teeth in the morning”.I always in the morningI never at the weekendI once or twice a weekI two or three times a year I sometimes withmy brother or sisterMy father oftenI hardly ever on MondaysI at least twice a dayI once every two or three daysI almost always , but occasionally I forgetI more than 3 times a day.My mother almost never , but I want her too more often.I too oftenI often in the showerI often , but my parents don’t like itMy brother/ sister sometimes and it annoys me.I almost always when I see a mirrorI hardly ever , because it is too expensive.Print the questions onto some paperTo print the lesson right click on a white space and select print or copy and past the categories onto a worddocument and the print.Unable to printIf you are unable to print, then write the questions onto some blank paper.Lessons that are related to the exerciseTo view any of the lessons below click on link.Adverbs English lessonPresent Simple Present Continuous ChristmasChristmas Present Simple Present Continuous
  2. 2. Easy pace Learning on-line dictionary and how to use dictionariesClick on the following link for the On line English dictionary - English lessonEasy Pace Learning ForumIf you are struggling with a lesson or an exercise post a question we will try and help you or post youranswers and let others compare with what you have.

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