How to use and where to put Adverbs of Frequency in English grammar with examples and picture.
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Adverbs of Frequency
Adverbs of frequency tell us how often something takes place or happens.
There are lots of them. Here are some examples:
- Always: He always has sandwiches for his lunch.
- Usually: She usually sings in the shower.
- Regularly: Many people regularly give money to charity.
- Normally: I don’t normally drink at lunch.
- Often: If you wash your hair too often, it can get too dry.
- Sometimes: Sometimes, I just need someone to talk to.
- Occasionally: We go for walks in the fields occasionally.
- Rarely: Rarely have I seen such a scene.
- Seldom: Opportunity seldom knocks twice.
- Never: He never turned up.
Position of Adverbs of Frequency
– At the beginning of the sentence: occasionally, often, sometimes, usually, always
- Always wash your hands before the meal!
- Sometimes she goes fishing.
– At the end of the sentence: frequently, occasionally, sometimes
- We go to school by bike sometimes.
- We go for walks in the fields occasionally.
– Between the subject and the main verb: always, often, usually, seldom, rarely, never
- They rarely watch music channels.
- We usually go to restaurant on Sundays.
– Immediately after the verb “to be”: always, often, usually, seldom, rarely, never
- You are seldom anxious about my health.
- She is usually very happy.
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