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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123921: Adverbs of frequency
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    1. My friend is depressed, he's always joyful.

    2. I get up late, that's why I never get there on time.

    3. He talks about that girl. I think he likes her.

    4. Do you watch horror movies ?

    5. I never have time to rest, I have something to do.

    6. I am afraid I can't come. I am busy at work.

    7. I missed you. We see each other, why don't you come and live nearby ?

    8. I asked him to quit smoking and go back.

    9. do you brush your teeth in a day ?

    10. I dream of leaving this country to live somewhere else.









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