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Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases answer

the question:
HOW OFTEN?
For example:
How often to do you have English class?
I have English class twice a day.
How often do you brush your teeth?
I brush my teeth every day

Adverbs of frequency

How do we use Adverbs of


Frequency?
Adverbs of frequency come (before/after) the
main verbs in a sentence.

Examples:
I often go to school on foot.
They usually ride the bus to school.
He rarely wins at table tennis.
You never play basketball with us.

Answer the following questions in full


sentences with Adverbs of Frequency
in your Grammar Books
e.g. always, usually, often, sometimes,
seldom, never
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How often do you watch movies?


How often do you see your grandparents?
How often do you dance?
How often do you travel to other countries?
How often do you play computer games?
How often do you listen to English songs?
How often do you drink milk?

Adverbial Phrases of
Frequency

Adverbial phrases have more than one word.


They are more exact than adverbs.
Adverb: always
Adverbial phrase: every day
Adverb: usually
Adverbial phrase: twice a week
Adverb: sometimes
Adverbial phrase: once a month

How do we use Adverbs of


Frequency?
Adverbs of frequency often come (in the middle/at
the end of a sentence). Sometimes, they come at
the beginning.

Examples:
I watch movies every Saturday.
On Sundays, I watch cartoons.
Once a month, we visit my grandparents.
I go to Hong Kong every weekend.

Answer the following questions in full


sentences with Adverbial Phrases in
your Grammar Books
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5.
6.
7.

How often do you watch movies?


How often do you see your grandparents?
How often do you dance?
How often do you travel to other countries?
How often do you play computer games?
How often do you listen to English songs?
How often do you drink milk?

Complete p. 23 in your ORANGE BOOK