Session 2

Adverbs of frequency are words like always, never and sometimes.

People use them to talk about how frequently things happen.

In this session, we’ll find out what they mean and you'll learn some simple rules to help you use them properly.

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Activity 1

Learn the language: Adverbs of frequency

Here's Emma to introduce this session. It's all about adverbs of frequency.

Watch the video and complete the activity

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Hello!

In this session, we’re going to learn some very important and useful language.

Adverbs of frequency are words like always, never and sometimes. People use these in everyday English to talk about how frequently things happen.

In this session, we’ll learn what they mean and some simple rules to help you use them properly.

Now we're going to study an area of language from Emma and Rob's commuting video: adverbs of frequency. These are words which we use when we want to talk about how often we do things.

To do

How often do these things happen? Here are some sentences from Session 1. Have a look at the game and see if you can match these sentences with a percentage to say how frequently they happen.

But remember, it isn't an exact science! Adverbs of frequency may be used by different people to mean slightly different things.

Grammar: Adverbs of frequency

6 Questions

There are sentences on the left. Match each one with a percentage on the right.

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Grammar: Adverbs of frequency

6 Questions

There are sentences on the left. Match each one with a percentage on the right.

Congratulations you completed the Quiz
Excellent! Great job! Bad luck! You scored:
x / y

Next

Well done! Now we’ll look at the where words like always, sometimes, never and rarely appear in sentences in the next activity.