Miss Paulina Olea Vergara

I always eat donuts in the evenings

I often go to the supermarket in the morning.

I never speak

I hardly ever study for tests

Sometimes, I play the saxophone in the morning.

I often study french at home

We use the adverbs ´alwaysµ, ´oftenµ ´hardly everµ, ´neverµ etc. to show how often something is done.

These words (usually, never, sometimes, etc.)are often with the verb in the middle of the sentence.

Lisa always goes to school Homer usually watches TV Maggie never speaks
Adverb of frequency

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Lisa always studies maths She studies maths every day

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Lisa usually plays the saxophone

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Lisa often goes swimming

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Lisa sometimes screams

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Lisa hardly ever get nervous

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Lisa is never sad