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A)

Susan
is
talkin
g
about
her
Saturd
ays.
Put
the
words
in the
right
order.

breakfast have I
nine._______________
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In often go pool I the

B) Put the adverbs in the right


position.

morning to

(never)

alwaysthe

I go to bed late.

IntelevisionIevening

afternoon (always)

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I have a shower in the

sometimes.__________

in Florida. (often)

to the in

It rains in the summer

Listen afternoon I music

( always)

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It is warm in Lisbon.

the________________

watch.________________
Adver
_______________
bs
of
Atusuallymidnightbed
fre
goIto
qu
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en
cy
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in

dic
at
e
th
e
fre
qu
en
cy
of
ac
tio
ns
.
Th
ey
tel
l
ho
w
m
an
y
ti
m
es
thi
ng
s
ar
e
do
ne
.
Th
e
pr

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

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.

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D) Write tree things that you usually


do on Saturdays and Sundays and

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Saturdays up.
Get I early on never
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


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)SusanistalkingaboutherSaturdays.Putthewordsintherightorder.

GetIearlyonneverSaturdaysup.
AtoclockusuallybreakfasthaveInine.
InoftengopoolIthemorningtothe
ListenafternoonImusictotheinsometimes.
IntelevisionIeveningalwaysthewatch.
AtusuallymidnightbedgoIto

B)Puttheadverbsintherightposition.

ItiswarminLisbon.(always)
ItrainsinthesummerinFlorida.(often)
Ihaveashowerintheafternoon(always)
Igotobedlate.(never)
D)WritetreethingsthatyouusuallydoonSaturdaysandSundaysandthreethingsthatyouneverdo.

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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)SusanistalkingaboutherSaturdays.Putthewordsintherightorder.

GetIearlyonneverSaturdaysup.
AtoclockusuallybreakfasthaveInine.
InoftengopoolIthemorningtothe
ListenafternoonImusictotheinsometimes.
IntelevisionIeveningalwaysthewatch.
AtusuallymidnightbedgoIto

B)Puttheadverbsintherightposition.

ItiswarminLisbon.(always)
ItrainsinthesummerinFlorida.(often)
Ihaveashowerintheafternoon(always)
Igotobedlate.(never)
D)WritetreethingsthatyouusuallydoonSaturdaysandSundaysandthreethingsthatyouneverdo.

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