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 06 Adjective or Adverb

Comparison of Adverbs

 07 Comparison of Adverbs

 08 Comparison of Adverbs

 09 Adverbs - irregular

 10 Adverbs - exercises

 11 English Adverbs

Adverbs - end of clause

 12 Adverbs - word order

 13 English Adverbs

 14 English Adverbs

 15 Adverbs word order

 16 Adverbs word order

Adverbs place

 17 Adverbs place

 18 Adverbs place

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 20 Adverbs place

Adverbs time

 21 Adverbs time

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 23 Adverbs time

 24 Adverbs time

 25 Adverbs time

Test English adverbs

 26 Test English Adverbs

 27 Test English adverbs

 28 Test English adverbs

 29 Test English adverbs

 30 Test English adverbs

 31 Test English adverbs

 

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Future 2 Continuous

 

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Adverbs of frequency - English - Learning English

 

Adverbs of frequency

 

Adverbs of frequency are words like always, ever, never, often, seldom, sometimes. Diese Adverbien drücken aus, wie häufig etwas geschieht.

 

An adverb of frequency goes before a main verb. (except with to be).

 

Examples: 

 

Tim always arrives at school early.

We often play table tennis.

They never eat meat.

Sarah has sometimes got money.

 

Note the exact position in a sentence: to be

 

Adverbs of frequency go after the first auxiliary verb...

 

Examples: 

 

Jack is always late at school.

She is sometimes tired.

They are often in the swimming pool.

 

Some adverbs have can their position at the start of a sentence.

Examples: often, sometimes and usually.

 


English Tenses exercises
Simple Present Tense
Simple Past Tense
Present Perfect
Past Perfect
Simple Future - Will Future
Going-to-Future
Continuous Tenses
Comparison of Tenses
Active and Passive Voice
If clauses - conditionals
Reported Speech

 

The comparison of adjectives - English grammar rules -  adverbs

 

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