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We put adverbs of frequency: always before the main verb We sometimes go to the
We put adverbs of frequency:
always
before the main verb
We sometimes go to the cinema on Sunday.
usually
after the verb to be
often
He is often late.
sometimes
between the auxiliary verb and the main verb
never
I don’t often drink coffee.
Put the words in the correct order:
Add the adverb of frequency in the right place:
They don’t work at weekends. (usually)
They don’t usually work at weekends.
He teaches English in the morning.
(always)
Mary/eats/never/fish
Mary never eats fish.
is/brilliant/he/always/on/keyboards
don’t/you/sit/here/usually
She is late for school. (never)
parents/my/the theatre/don’t/go/to/
often
I
don’t eat eggs for breakfast. (usually)
am/for/meals/late/I/never
We go out on Sunday evening. (often)
we/on time/are/never
I
get up early. (sometimes)
He doesn’t read books in the evening.
(often)
a shower/we/after/have/training/
usually
I/bad/never/dreams/have
very/their/music/sometimes/is/good
Correct the sentences:
play/they/sometimes/basketball/
Sue forgets never my birthday.
Sue never forgets my birthday.
She has sometimes coffee with milk.
school/after
doesn’t/early/often/she/get up
They go usually abroad for holidays.
our/are/ Saturday/usually/matches/on/
morning
David always is hungry.
sugar/they/in coffee/always/have
I don’t play often computer games.
Jill doesn’t eat often meat.
drink/they/usually/for breakfast/tea/
don’t
Linda gets always up at six o’clock.
you’re/for/late/always/class