Grammar Exercises - Adverbs of frequency.

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(Before doing the exercise you may want to read the lesson on adverbs of frequency and adverbs)

Put the following adverbs of frequency in the correct order from the most often to the least often (1-6):


Rewrite the complete sentence using the adverb of frequency in brackets in its correct position.

  1. They go to the movies. (often)
  2. She listens to classical music. (rarely)
  3. He reads the local newspaper. (sometimes)
  4. Sara smiles. (never)
  5. She complains about her husband. (always)
  6. I drink coffee. (sometimes)
  7. Frank is ill. (often)
  8. He feels terrible (usually)
  9. I go jogging in the morning. (always)
  10. She helps her daughter with her homework. (never)
  11. We watch television in the evening. (always)
  12. I smoke. (never)
  13. I eat meat. (seldom)
  14. I eat vegetables and fruits. (always)


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  • Punctuation and capitalization
  • Spelling
  • Spaces (don't add any unnecessary spaces)

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Adverbs of frequency