5           Adverbs of            FrequencyStudy HabitsFocus on Grammar 1Part IV, Unit 13By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, ...
Study Habits Well, I always doYou homework, try                   Hmmm…an “A+” am                   Maybe I need toI      ...
Adverbs of Frequency 1    Adverbs of frequency say how often    something happens.                                    100%...
Adverbs of Frequency 2     Adverbs of frequency come after the verb     be.                  She is sometimes late.The stu...
Adverbs of Frequency 3    Adverbs of frequency usually come before    other verbs.She often checks her answers.           ...
Usually and SometimesUsually and sometimes can also come atthe beginning or end of a sentence.    The dog eats his homewor...
Questions with EverUse ever in yes/no questions. Ever means“at any time.”          Are the tests ever easy?    Does he eve...
Be Careful!    Do not use ever in affirmative statements.Do you ever come on time. Yes! I ever come on time? I always come...
Questions with How Often       Use how often to ask about frequency.How often do                      I rarely studyyou st...
With a partner, ask Practice 2                questions with how often.                           Follow the examples. How...
ReferencesCopyright © 2006 Pearson Education and itslicensors. All rights reserved.
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  1. 1. 5 Adverbs of FrequencyStudy HabitsFocus on Grammar 1Part IV, Unit 13By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, and BJ WellsCopyright © 2006. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Study Habits Well, I always doYou homework, try Hmmm…an “A+” am Maybe I need toI my got Well,and I oftengot again!?!?“F” again.you I I ask Ithe teacher fordo and usuallyan Howclass, angot late for habits. your study help. “A+.” never do my homework. do it?
  3. 3. Adverbs of Frequency 1 Adverbs of frequency say how often something happens. 100% always usually often sometimes 50% He alwaysstudies. He rarely studies. rarely usuallyHe sometimes studies. never never often 0%
  4. 4. Adverbs of Frequency 2 Adverbs of frequency come after the verb be. She is sometimes late.The students are never bored.
  5. 5. Adverbs of Frequency 3 Adverbs of frequency usually come before other verbs.She often checks her answers. He usually pays attention in class.
  6. 6. Usually and SometimesUsually and sometimes can also come atthe beginning or end of a sentence. The dog eats his homework sometimes. Sometimes the dog eats his homework. The dog sometimes eats his homework.
  7. 7. Work with a partner. Describe your Practice 1 study habits. Use adverbs of frequency and the phrases below.Example: study at my computer 1) Istudy in frontstudy at sometimes of the TV 100% always 2) ask my computer. help the teacher for usually 3) be early to class often 4) review my grammar notes sometimes 50% 5) make flashcards rarely 6) be attentive in class never 0%
  8. 8. Questions with EverUse ever in yes/no questions. Ever means“at any time.” Are the tests ever easy? Does he ever get an “A”?
  9. 9. Be Careful! Do not use ever in affirmative statements.Do you ever come on time. Yes! I ever come on time? I always come on time. I never come late.
  10. 10. Questions with How Often Use how often to ask about frequency.How often do I rarely studyyou study with with a partner. a partner?
  11. 11. With a partner, ask Practice 2 questions with how often. Follow the examples. How often _______ you… Example:1)•How oftenadostudyingasleep studying? fall asleep you study in group fall2)•How tired in class tired? be bored are you be often3) listen to the teacher4) practice speaking English5) get an “A” on a test6) be confused in class
  12. 12. ReferencesCopyright © 2006 Pearson Education and itslicensors. All rights reserved.

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