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Present tense: Adverbs of frequency
 
 
WHEN WHO/WHAT HOW OFTEN DOES  WHAT WHERE WHEN
Every morning
At breakfast time
Every week
On those days
Mr Benson 
Jenny Benson 
David 
Mrs Benson 
the television 
the bus 
nobody 
the day
always
often
usually
normally
sometimes
seldom
rarely
never
walks
starts
sleeps
runs
leaves
sings
goes
hurries
tries to use
stays
says
buys
catches
watches
doesn't go
doesn't get
home 
his favourite song 
the bus 
"hello" 
the bathroom 
something 
home 
to school 
in the bathroom 
down York Rd 
in bed 
into the corner shop 
to her FoE meeting 
too long 
at 7.15 
at 7.45 
at 8.45 
at 9.15 
first 
until 6 o'clock after school 
One day a week
On nice days
Jenny and her friends
a lot of pupils 
they 
the members
always
often
usually
normally
sometimes
seldom
rarely
never
go
walk
start
sit
meet
don't stay
don't leave
work 
Westbury
to the school cafeteria 
to Filton Comprehensive 
into Westbury 
around Westbury 
at the snack bar 
at the tourist office 
in the sun 
for a practice
all lunchtime 
at 8.45 
until 1.30


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