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Presentation to explain the position of frequency adverbs and expressions.

Presentation to explain the position of frequency adverbs and expressions.

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  • 1. Frequency Adverbs & Expressions Grammar
  • 2. Put these frequency adverbs in order
    • hardly ever – not (very) often – never – sometimes – always – occasionally – usually/normally/generally – often
  • 3. Put these frequency expressions in order
    • once every three months – twice a day – three times a week – every Saturday – once a month – once or twice a year – every couple of weeks
    once or twice a year
  • 4. Look at the sentences 1-3. Then complete the rules with “before”, “after” or “at the end of”
    • The British are always happy when they’re socialising.
    • British people usually go on holiday once a year .
    • 35% normally do some gardening every weekend .
    • RULES
    • Frequency adverbs go .................. the verb “be”.
    • Frequency adverbs go ............................ other verbs.
    • Other frequency expressions usually go ................................ the sentence.
  • 5.
    • A: Does your husband cook for you? B: Oh, yes, once in a blue moon !