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Adverbs of frequency can be divided into two groups: Adverbs of definite frequency, such as every day, annually, twice a week, etc., and Adverbs of indefinite frequency, such as always, rarely, never, etc.

Adverbs of frequency can be divided into two groups: Adverbs of definite frequency, such as every day, annually, twice a week, etc., and Adverbs of indefinite frequency, such as always, rarely, never, etc.

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STRATEGIES FOR ADVERB OF

FREQUENCY ITEMS

ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS:

 Are you sure of the position of the

adverb? Is there a definite frequency

adverb? If so, remember that they usually

go at the beginning or the end of the

sentence.

INCORRECT [Mr. Escobar walks every

day to work.]

CORRECT Mr. Escobar walks to work

every day.



Ex:

1. Mr. Tien teaches

listening skill twice a

week

2. Everyday I walk to

work



Are you sure of the position of the adverb?

Is there an indefinite frequency adverb? If so,

there are three possibilities to remember: the

adverb goes after be (He is always busy.); the

adverb goes before all other simple verbs (lie

always eats lunch.); the adverb goes between

the first auxiliary and the main verb in a

complex verb form (He has always liked

you.).

INCORRECT [He always is working late.]

CORRECT He is always working late.



Ex:

1. Mr. Tien is sometimes

late for class

2. Mr. Tien often speaks in

English

3. (He has always liked

you.).



 Do you understand the finer meanings

of the adverbs? Is the sentence logical?

INCORRECT There is yet time before

the seminar begins.]

CORRECT There is still time before the

seminar begins.



1. Mr. Lee is never sick and

comes in on time ...... .

(A) never

(B) rarely

(C) sometimes

(D) every day



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Adverbs of frequency can be divided into two groups: Adverbs of definite frequency, such as every day, annually, twice a week, etc., and Adverbs of indefinite frequency, such as always, rarely, never, etc.

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