Put the frequency adverb in the correct place.
a - I visit my grandparents on Sundays. (always)
b - She watches TV on weekends. (hardly ever)
c - I am busy on Monday morning. (never)
d - They go to the club on Saturday. (usually)†
e - I go to work by subway. (sometimes)†
Mark the correct option:
Liz walks always to work.
Liz always walks to work.
Liz walks to work always.
†††† b -
Julia went never to Pueto Rico.
Never Julia went to Puerto Rico.
Julia never went to Puerto Rico.
†††† c -
Do you go usually to restaurant?
Do you go to restaurant usually?
Do you usually go to restaurant?
I eat too much sometimes.
I sometimes eat too much.
I eat sometimes too much.
†††† e -
He works sometimes downstairs in the kitchen.
He works downstairs in the kitchen sometimes.
He sometimes works downstairs in the kitchen.
Do you play always handball?
Do you always play handball?
Do you play handball always?
Tennis is my
sport. Nothing else comes close as a
great competitive activity.
††††††† For one thing, itís easier to get a†
going than with a
team sport. All you need are
people, one on each side.
Secondly, you can play for†
†at many public courts. Sure, you
have to buy a racquet, but a
one should last for many
. And a can of tennis
only costs a couple of dollars.
††††††† In addition, if you play tennis, you get a lot of
Compare it to a sport like baseball, where players spend most of their
standing around waiting for something to happen.
††††††† Yes, as far as Iím concerned, tennis is the
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