EII talking about routines

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EII talking about routines

  1. 1. Talking about RoutinesAdverbs of frequency – Simple PresentEII
  2. 2. PreparationWhen people want to talk about repeated activities or routines it is necessaryto put things in order and state how often they occur; to do so, we needSimple Present Tense to express such activities and we also need the Adverbsof Frequency to state how often those activities take place.
  3. 3. The Adverbs of FrequencyWhen expressing routines we mention different activities but not all of themhappen at the same frequency, some happen more times than others. Checkthis chart.
  4. 4. The Adverbs of Frequency ChartACTIVITY FREQUENCY ADVERB TO BE USEDActivity 1 alwaysActivity 2 UsuallyActivity 3 OftenActivity 4 SometimesActivity 5 OccasionallyActivity 6 SeldomActivity 7 RarelyActivity 8 Never
  5. 5. Constructing ideas• If you provide a sentence using only one verb (without auxiliary verbs) youmust place the Adverb of Frequency right in the middle of the subjectand the verb, like this:Michael always plays basketball after school.Subject verb
  6. 6. Constructing ideasPlace the Adverb of Frequency right after the verb be. See these examples:She is usually at home by 9.00.I am never on time.They are sometimes at the bar with their friends.
  7. 7. Constructing ideasIf you provide a sentence using two verbs (auxiliary verbs) we must place theAdverb of Frequency before the main verb, like this:I can never get up early.Do the same with negative and question forms, like this:He doesn’t usually attend to the course.Do you sometimes clean your bedroom? (Yes/No questions)
  8. 8. Thank youLET’S PRACTICE!
  9. 9. ByEnseñanza Integral de InglésDr. Castillo. English Language TeacherEII

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