Adverbs of-frequency-2012

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Adverbs of-frequency-2012

  1. 1. ALWAYS→ • Never, sometimes, often, frequently, seldom, USUALLY → always and usually are adverbs of REGULARLY→ frequency. OFTEN→ SOMETIMES→ RULE: SUBJECT + ADVERB + VERB E.g.: Mary usually gets up at 7 o´clock.OCCASIONALLY→ SELDOM→ EXCEPTION: SUBJECT + VERB TO BE RARELY→ +ADVERB NEVER→ • Every weekend, once a month, twice a week, three times a year are also adverbs of frequency. They can be used at the beginning or at the end of the sentence. E.g.: Every weekend we play tennis. A) Put the adverbs in the right place. 1. She goes jogging(seldom) __________________________________________ 2. Mr. Smith cooks for the family. (often) ________________________________ 3. Does Tim study for the tests? (always) ________________________________ 4. They aren´t at home at weekends.(often) _____________________________ 5. Their children don’t eat fast food.(usually) _____________________________ 6. We go to school on foot.( never) _____________________________________ 7. Is Tina late for work?(sometimes) ____________________________________ 8. The students change rooms. (rarely) __________________________________ B) Choose the best option. 1. Jim is an excellent student. He ____________ learns fast and well. ( never, sometimes, always)
  2. 2. 2. I hate vegetables. I ____________ eat vegetable soup. ( often, never, usually) 3. The weather is rainy in Scotland. They ____________ see the sun. ( always, often, seldom) 4. I’m on a diet but I ____________ eat a bit of chocolate. (sometimes, never, usually) 5. The Browns love dancing. They ____________ go dancing on Friday night. ( usually, rarely, seldom) 6. We don’t like cooking. We ____________ eat out on Sundays. ( seldom, always, rarely)C) Answer these questions about yourself. Follow the example. Example: How often do you do your homework before the next lesson? I always do it 1. How often do you practice a sport? Name the sport. _____________________________________________________ 2. How often do you eat fruit and vegetables? _____________________________________________________ 3. How often do you meet your friends outside school? _____________________________________________________ 4. How often do you read a book for pleasure? _____________________________________________________ 5. How often do you watch TV in the morning? _____________________________________________________ 6. How often are you in a good mood? _____________________________________________________

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