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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120888: Adverbs of frequency
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    English exercise "Adverbs of frequency" created by ayesha with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from ayesha]
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    1. I see them nowadays - the last time we met was ten years ago. What a shame!

    2. You're lucky: we have ice cream, but we've got some today.

    3. Peter's playing football instead of doing his homework.

    4. We eat out now - we can't afford it.

    5. I don't finish work before eleven o'clock, so I see the children before they go to bed.

    6. I sit here when I come to the park - it's my favourite place.

    7. She comes here nowadays - I don't think she likes me.

    8. We don't go there every week, but we see them quite .

    9. We see them , at least once a week.

    10. I watch horror movies - I don't like them.

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