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Frequency adverbs

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Frequency adverbs show how often something happens. They usually come before the main verb in a sentence: "I sometimes cook Italian food."

They can also be found after 'be' verbs (Am, is, are) : "She is always early late for class."

Use this scale to get an idea of what the adverbs mean. Remember, this is just an estimate. The percentages are not fixed rules!

100% - Always

80% - Frequently

60% - Usually / Often

50% - Sometimes

40% - Occasionally

20% - Seldom / Rarely

0% - Never

Now choose the correct sentence:

Today's lesson by Adele, EC Cape Town English language school

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