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Adverbs and Expressions of Frequency

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We often use the present simple with adverbs of frequency:
never, hardly ever, usually, sometimes, often, always

Adverbs of frequency go before the main verb:
I usually wake up at 7am.

Adverbs of frequency go after "be":
He’s always late.

Expressions of frequency (every day, twice a week, once a month etc) usually go at the end of a sentence:
I have English lessons every day.

Order the words to make sentences. Write your sentenes in the comments area:

  1. out a twice goes he week.
  2. usually early she up wakes.
  3. grandmother Spain visit my a twice we year in.
  4. restaurant my opposite often at I school eat the.
  5. always Pedro first in student class is the.
  6. home hardly ever they Saturday stay at a night on.
  7. the once cinema we week go a to.
  8. Wednesday Jane see every I other and each.
  9. walk sometimes I work to.
  10. car radio the in usually we to listen the.

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