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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:
a - †††† b - †††† c -
d - †††† e - ††††d -
Reading comprehension:
Tennis
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 sport in
the world!

 

       

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