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Tomek M. (A06)

Emperatriz Angulo

on 29 December 2016

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Transcript of ADVERBS 4 (A06)

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli ADVERBS PART 4 a) How often do you eat cat? b) How often do you watch "Mediodia Criollo"? c) How often are you on time for class? a) I've never eaten cat in my life. b) We never watch that TV program. c) I'm seldom on time for class. - These are Negative Adverbs.
- We know that they usually appear between the Subject and the Aux./Verb. However, you can use them at the beginning of the sentence to express EMPHASIS, but you have to make certain changes...

a) Never have I eaten cat in my life.

b) Never do we watch that TV program.

c) Seldom am I on time for class. What are the changes?
( IN PAIRS) Negative Adverbs -Never (before)
-Hardly (ever)
-In no way
-No way (informal)
-Not only...but also
-Only = For example: -Hardly ever do young people watch soap operas. EXERCISES a)She seldom loses her keys. b)We had hardly left when she called us. c)She rarely went to parties. d)He not only won the race but also set up a new record. (ON THE BOARD) - Here my mom comes. (Is this sentence Ok?) NO " Here/There can also be inverted."

* Here comes my mom * Here she comes. Be careful ! You can invert Subject and Verb when the subject is a noun, NOT A PRONOUN. Here comes she
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