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Adverbs of frequency – English grammar rules


Finished watching the lesson, now it’s time to see how much you’ve learned from this lesson. Take a quiz on – Adverbs of frequency and choose the appropriate adverb of frequency in the blanks.

1. I ________ study very hard, so I usually get high grades in my school tests.

 
 
 

2. __________do you travel to other countries on your summer holiday?

 
 
 

3. He almost never sees a doctor because he is____________ sick.

 
 
 

4. We don’t visit our grandparents  _______________ just once or twice a year.

 
 
 

5. He doesn’t __________finish work early because he is often busy.

 
 
 

6. I went to the gym last week, but I ____________ workout at home.

 
 
 

7. They _______ go to bed early because they always get up early.

 
 
 

8. I___________watch TV soaps because I am not a great fan of them. Talk shows are much better.

 
 
 

9. I ___________eat junk food because I know it’s not very healthy.

 
 
 

10. Maria goes to the beach only once a year. She __________goes to the beach.

 
 
 

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Adverbs that change or qualify the meaning of a sentence by telling us how often or how frequently something happens are defined as adverbs of frequency.

An adverb of frequency is exactly what it sounds like – an adverb of time. Adverbs of frequency always describe how often something occurs, either in definite or indefinite terms. An adverb that describes definite frequency is one such as weekly, daily, or yearly. An adverb describing indefinite frequency doesn’t specify an exact time frame; examples are sometimes, often, and rarely.

 

Definite adverbs of frequency –

Hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, every second, once a minute/hour, twice a year

 

Indefinite adverbs of frequency –

Always, generally, usually, occasionally, rarely, frequently, regularly, sometimes

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  1. veerendravikram says:

    Hi, niharika I have been watching all your videos and it’s really a great experience to be a part of “Let’s talk”.That being said, I would be grateful to you if you take a lesson on “hardly,scarcely,barely,merely,only,just….”.Looking forward to!!!

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