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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #60123: Adverbs of frequency
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    Adverbs of frequency


                           Adverbs of frequency
    always+++++++++
    nearly (almost) always++++++++
    usually, normally+++++++
    very often, frequently++++++
    often+++++
    sometimes++++
    occasionally+++
    hardly ever++
    rarely, seldom+
    never0




    Where?

     
    --BEFORE a verb without an auxiliary:
    I often go to school by bus.
    I hardly ever watch TV.
    --AFTER BE:
    Peter is always late.
    We are usually here in summer.

       He sometimes plays football on Wednesdays.

     

    --AFTER THE AUXILIARY :
    I have often been to London.
    I will never go to Mexico again.
    --AFTER THE SUBJECT IN INTERROGATIVE CLAUSES:
    Do they always walk to work?
    Have you often seen such strange animals?
    --AFTER 'NOT':
    Peter does not usually get up before eight.

       Why do witches always have brooms?



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