When you want to talk about your daily routine, you need many verbs and of course adverbs of frequency. They show us how many times we do specific activities.
Eg: I always drink coffee in the morning. – it means that every morning I drink coffee.
These adverbs of frequency are:
As you can see the adverb normally stays after the subject, but ⛔️ after the verb to be.
1. Rewrite the sentences using the adverb of frequency.
He goes to the mountains – often
They listen to rock music – rarely watches TV – sometimes
She is late for work – always
The company opens at weekend – never
I wake up at 7 – usually
My husband goes running – seldom
I am angry with someone – never
We have lunch at 3 – often
Mary and Jack drive to work – rarely
2. Form sentences in the correct present simple tense using adverbs of frequency.
Our teacher, Mrs Smith,(never / be) late for classes.
I(often / tidy) my room at the weekend.
My sister (hardly ever / help) me.
We (sometimes / be) bored when we stay home.
We(rarely /play) football.
You and Mark (never / watch) movies on the computer.
You(usually / be) good at sports.
The school bus(always / leave) at 3.
3. Now tell us what do you in a normal day using at least 5 different adverbs of frequency.