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Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs.

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late/·m/never/I I·m never late.

Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order plays/she/tennis/ often She often plays tennis. .

.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order rarely/in/evenings/ the/they/out/go They rarely go out in the evenings.

Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order coffee/always/the/in /have/mornings/I I always have coffee in the mornings. .

Put the sentences into the correct order go/in/we/the/away sometimes/summer We sometimes go away in the summer.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. .

Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order are/the/time/on/ buses/always The buses are always on time. .

.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order goes/business/he/on/ occasionally/away He occasionally goes away on business.

Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order ¶re/on time/school/ they/usually/at They·re usually on time at school. .

Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. . Put the sentences into the correct order never/husband/ smokes/my My husband never smokes.

Put the sentences into the correct order are/happy/weekends/at children/usually/the The children are usually happy at weekends.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. .

Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. . Put the sentences into the correct order drink/often/my/ champagne/parents My parents often drink champagne.

. Put the sentences into the correct order sometimes/food/the/is/in canteen/bad/school/the The food is sometimes bad in the school canteen.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs.

Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order evenings/my/is/in/tired/ mother/sometimes/the My mother is sometimes tired in the evenings .

.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. Put the sentences into the correct order eat/I/steak/rarely I rarely eat steak.

Put the sentences into the correct order occasionally/Paris/they/ to/go/not/but/often They occasionally go to Paris. but not often.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. .

Put the sentences into the correct order hungry/son/always/at/ lunchtimes/my/is My son is always hungry at lunchtimes.Frequency adverbs with the present simple: After the verb « to be » but before other verbs. .