BASIC ESL - LESSON 29 - Exercise G Audio
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• Adverbs of Time
• Adverbs of Frequency
(I) Adverbs of TIME show when the action of the verb takes place. Time adverbs are usually placed at the end of the sentence.
A. Definite time adverbs express specific points in time.
**Definite: now, then, yesterday, today, tonight, tomorrow
• Jordan skied yesterday.
• Wash your uniform tonight.
B. Indefinite adverbs express time by relating time to the present or to another clearly defined time.
**Indefinite: later, late, early, soon, eventually, recently, yet, already
• We are exercising soon.
• He didn't put on his helmet yet.
(II) Adverbs of FREQUENCY show how often the action of the verb takes place.
A. Definite frequency adverbs like ONCE and WEEKLY give an exact frequency.
**Definite Frequency Adverbs include : once, twice, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly
She surfed this beach once.
Our team exercises daily.
B. Indefinite frequency adverbs like USUALLY and RARELY give an approximate frequency. Adverbs of indefinite frequency are usually placed before the main verb, or after the verb TO BE.
**Indefinite Frequency Adverbs include: always, never, usually, rarely, often, frequently, constantly
We RARELY stretch before games.
I am USUALLY in my uniform.
Questions about frequency generally begin with the question word how plus the adverb often.
Memorize the vocabulary from Lesson 29. The vocabulary from Lesson 29 is mostly related to sports.
What sports do you play? Do you like baseball? Do you play tennis? Do yo surf or ski?
HOW OFTEN do you play sports?
Have you played sports RECENTLY?
Do you play sports DAILY?
Do you play sport WEEKLY?
Will you play sports TODAY?
Will you play sport TOMORROW?
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