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Adverbs of frequency indicate the frequency of actions.

They tell
how many times things are done. The present simple tense is
usually used.
ALWAYS
USUALLY
REGULARLY

A) Susan is talking about her Saturdays. Put the words in the right order.

Get I early on never Saturdays up.

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At oclock usually breakfast have I

nine._______________________________

In often go pool I the morning to

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Listen afternoon I music to the in

sometimes.___________________________

In television I evening always the watch._______________________________

OFTEN
SOMETIMES

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go I to
bedright
midnight
usually
At the
position.
in the
adverbs
B) Put

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D) Write tree things that you usually do on Saturdays and Sundays and three
things that you never do.

I go to bed late. (never)

I have a shower in the afternoon (always)

It rains in the summer in Florida. (often)

It is warm in Lisbon. ( always)

OCCASIONALLY
SELDOM
RARELY
NEVER

adverbs of frequency.

Never, sometimes, often, frequently, seldom, always and usually are

RULE: SUBJECT + ADVERB + VERB


E.g.: Mary usually gets up at 7 oclock.
EXCEPTION: SUBJECT + VERB TO BE +N ADVERB
E.g.: I am never tired.
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.

Adverbs of frequency indicate the frequency of actions. They tell how many times things are

done. The present simple tense is usually used.

ALWAYS
USUALLY
REGULARLY
OFTEN
SOMETIMES
OCCASIONALLY
SELDOM
RARELY
NEVER
Never, sometimes, often, frequently, seldom, always and usually are adverbs of frequency.

RULE: SUBJECT + ADVERB + VERB


Eg: Mary usually gets up at 7 oclock.

EXCEPTION: SUBJECT + VERB TO BE +N ADVERB


E.g.: I am never tired.
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) Susan is talking about her Saturdays. Put the words in the right order.

Get I early on never Saturdays up.

At oclock usually breakfast have I nine.

In often go pool I the morning to the

Listen afternoon I music to the in sometimes.

In television I evening always the watch.

At usually midnight bed go I to

B) Put the adverbs in the right position.

It is warm in Lisbon. ( always)

It rains in the summer in Florida. (often)

I have a shower in the afternoon (always)

I go to bed late. (never)

D) Write tree things that you usually do on Saturdays and Sundays and three things that you never
do.
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Adverbs of frequency indicate the frequency of actions. They tell how many times things are done. The

present simple tense is usually used.

ALWAYS
USUALLY
REGULARLY
OFTEN
SOMETIMES
OCCASIONALLY
SELDOM
RARELY
NEVER
Never, sometimes, often, frequently, seldom, always and usually are adverbs of frequency.

RULE: SUBJECT + ADVERB + VERB


Eg: Mary usually gets up at 7 oclock.
EXCEPTION: SUBJECT + VERB TO BE +N ADVERB
E.g.: I am never tired.

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) Susan is talking about her Saturdays. Put the words in the right order.

Get I early on never Saturdays up.

At oclock usually breakfast have I nine.

In often go pool I the morning to the

Listen afternoon I music to the in sometimes.

In television I evening always the watch.

At usually midnight bed go I to

B) Put the adverbs in the right position.

It is warm in Lisbon. ( always)

It rains in the summer in Florida. (often)

I have a shower in the afternoon (always)

I go to bed late. (never)

D) Write tree things that you usually do on Saturdays and Sundays and three things that you never do.
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