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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123169: Adverbs of frequency
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    Adverbs of frequency

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    1. Did you imagine that I would be cooking now? (ever)

    2. I should have told you! (never)

    3. I hardly go to the gym because I am too old. (ever)

    4. I don't talk to you, sorry! (usually)

    5. I am cooking, I am fed up! (always)

    6. Well, I would have invited you. (never)

    7. Jill, you will find anything in this fridge. (never)

    8. I should have told you, I am so sorry! (always)

    9. Babette cooks, she is lazy. (never)

    10. Have you seen that? (already)

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