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Transcript of Frequency Adverbs
How often do we call each other? (never)
How often do they go to the beach in the summertime? (sometimes)
How often do the Lotte Giants play in the afternoons? (usually) How often.....? How often do you [VERB]....?
How often does he [VERB]....? How often do you/we/they/(plural noun) [VERB]....? How often do you eat pizza? How often do we go to the beach? How often do they call each other? How often do the Lotte Giants play? How often does he drink coffee? How often does she drive? How often does it rain in London? How often does your mother go shopping? How often does your brother do the laundry? always
never I always eat pizza on the weekends. We never call each other. Sometimes they go to the beach in the summertime. They usually play in the afternoons. How often does he drink coffee in the morning? (always) How often does she drive to school? (never) How often does it rain in London in the summer? (often) How often does your mother go shopping on Sundays? (*sometimes*) How often does your brother do the laundry? (hardly ever) He always drinks coffee in the morning. She never drives to school. It often rains in London in the summer. Sometimes she goes shopping on Sundays. He hardly ever does the laundry. FREQUENCY ADVERBS (subject) (frequency adverb) (verb)....
I always take a shower in the morning.
He usually takes a shower at night. *Sometimes* (subject) (verb)
Sometimes I watch TV in the evening.
Sometimes my sister does yoga after school. Another way to answer these questions is..... a once
five hundred times minute
year (subject) [VERB] How often do you order pizza? (twice a month)
How often do we call each other? (every day)
How often do they go to the beach? (three times a year)
How often do the Lotte Giants play? (five times a week) How often does he drink coffee? (every day)
How often does she drive to school? (three times a week)
How often does it rain in London? (once a week)
How often does your mother go shopping? (twice a month)
How often does your brother do the laundry? (once a year) I order pizza twice a month. We call each other every day. They go to the beach three times a year. They play five times a week. He drinks coffee every day. She drives to school three times a week. It rains in London once a week. My mother goes shopping twice a month. He does laundry once a year. (>_<) *once a* = *every*
once a day = every day
once a week = every week
once a month = every month