Frequency Adverbs

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  • 1. Frequency Adverbs Chapter 2 Section 2 p.46
  • 2. Parts of Speech
    • Noun
      • Pronoun
    • Verb
    • Adjective
      • Possessive Adjective
      • Comparative Adjective
      • Superlative Adjective
    • Preposition
    • Article
    • Contraction
  • 3. Adverb
    • Describe verbs
      • He runs quickly.
      • Mr. Santana speaks loudly.
      • The dog eats hungrily.
      • The car moves quickly.
      • Grammar Rule for adverb
        • Adverb usually comes after the verb.
        • Many adverbs end in –ly.
  • 4. Frequency Adverbs
  • 5. Adverb Quiz
    • Define “Adverb”
      • Adverbs describe verbs.
    • Where do adverbs go in a sentence?
      • Adverbs usually go after the verb in a sentence.
    • List three frequency adverbs.
      • Always, usually, often, sometimes, seldom, rarely, never.
  • 6. Adverb Review
    • Directions
    • Copy the sentences.
    • Underline the verb.
    • Circle the adverb.
    • My students work hard during final exams.
    • The school bus moves slowly on its way to the mall.
    • I usually speak quickly.
  • 7. Frequency Adverbs
    • Describe how often a verb occurs.
    • Always (100%)
    • Usually (99%-90%)
    • Often (90%-75%)
    • Sometimes (75%-25%)
    • Seldom (25%-10%)
    • Rarely (10%-1%)
    • Never (0%)
  • 8. Quiz 1/7/9
    • What is an adverb?
      • Describe verbs
    • Where do frequency adverbs go in a sentence?
      • The frequency adverbs go before the verb.
  • 9. Frequency adverbs come between the subject and the simple present verb.
    • He + never + runs fast.
    • Mr. Santana + usually +plays basketball on Thursday morning.
    • Humberto + always+ says, “Good morning Mr. Santana!”
    Subject + Frequency Adverb + Verb
  • 10.
    • Could you please repeat the question?
      • Por favor repita la pregunta?
    • What is the homework?
      • Cual es la tarea?
    • Which schedule are we using today?
      • Cual horario usaremos hoy?
    • Could you please help me?
      • Me puedes ayudar?