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                                                      Adverbs of frequency  +  Activities

 
                

  always

  never

usually

 often

 sometimes

 
                                  
       be late               do homework      go biking         go shopping               go to bed                go to the cinema       make the bed
 
                    
   meet friends             take the bus                set the table               tidy up            wake up        walk the dog        wash the car        go to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                swimming pool    
 
 
Fill in the gaps and choose the correct answers.
    

INFINITIVE

SIMPLE PRESENT

do

he / she does

go

he / she goes

tidy up

he / she tidies up

wash

he / she washes
 
I    after 10 p.m.
They    at 7 a.m.
We    to school at 8 a.m.
I    with my dad.
He    in the evening.
They    on Saturday afternoons.
She   in the morning.
He    before 6 p.m.
We   on Wednesday evenings.
We    late for school.
He   his dad's car.
Brian   after school.
We   on Mondays.
I   before lunch.
Jane is so lazy! She   her room.