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Adverbs of frequency

 00 Grammar rules

 01 always - word order

 02 never - word order

 03 sometimes - word order

 04 often - word order

 05 mixed exercises

 06 mixed exercises


English Tenses

Simple Present Tense

Simple Past Tense

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future 1

Future Perfect



Progressive Tenses

Present Progressive

Past Progressive

Present Perfect Progr.

Past Perfect Progressive

Future 1 Progressive

Future Perfect Progressive

Comparison of Tenses

If clauses - Conditional

Active Passive exercises

Reported Speech



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adverbs of frequency - lots of Grammar Rules

 a lot of / lots of - Expressions of quantity - Learning English


 a lot of / lots of


Use a lot of or lots of for nouns, you cannot count and for plurals.


For countable and uncountable nouns use exact quantities in your answer or use  a lot of  / lots of.   Examples: I've got 10 pens. I'v got a lot of pens.




There are 10 pupils.

There are a lot of cookies.

They have got a lot of CDs.

There are a lot of things on your table.

We have got lots of money.


 much - many - expressions of quantity - English online learning.


much and many with exercises and rules


"much" - uncountable


Use "how much...?" with uncountable nouns.




How much homework do we get?

How much money do I need?

How much milk do you want?

Is there much sugar in my tea?


"many" - countable


Use "how many...?" with countable nouns.




How many sisters does he have?

How many pupils are in this class?

How many books do you buy?

How many cows live on this farm?


 few or little - Expressions of quantity - Learning English


a few or a little?


"a few ..."

"(A) few ..." Use a few with plurals. Examples: a few pounds, a trees a few boys, a few girls, a few stones, a few cars.




There are just a few examples.

I meet a few friends

I see a few hundred pupils.

I've got few brothers.


"a little...


Use a little with nouns you cannot count. Examples: water, milk, sand, air.



There is little tea left.

Not a lot, only a little, please.

I've got little money.


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

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