Adverbs of frequency - present simple - exercises



We use adverbs of frequency before the main verb and after the verb 'to be'.

1. Read and underline the correct sentence.

Mike always walks to school.
Mike walks always to school.

Does usually Alice go swimming on Sundays?
Does Alice usually go swimming on Sundays?

Emma plays often tennis on Fridays.
Emma often plays tennis on Fridays.

Mia is always on time for work.
Mia always is on time for work.

Paul never drives to work.
Paul drives never to work.

We sometimes go to the theatre at the weekend.
We go sometimes to the theatre at the weekend.

2. Write the sentences.

John is late. (never)
The children eat ice cream. (sometimes)
I go to the cinema. (often)
We have lunch at a restaurant. (seldom)
You are polite to your teachers. (always)
Katie helps her mum. (often)
The boys are funny. (sometimes)
Ivan and I do our homework. (always)
Dad washes his car. (never)
Carol is very kind. (usually)

ANSWER KEYS

1. Read and underline the correct sentence.

Mike always walks to school.
Mike walks always to school.

Does usually Alice go swimming on Sundays?
Does Alice usually go swimming on Sundays?

Emma plays often tennis on Fridays.
Emma often plays tennis on Fridays.

Mia is always on time for work.
Mia always is on time for work.

Paul never drives to work.
Paul drives never to work.

We sometimes go to the theatre at the weekend.
We go sometimes to the theatre at the weekend.

2. Write the sentences.

John is never late.
The children sometimes eat ice cream.
I often go to the cinema.
We seldom have lunch at a restaurant.
You are always polite to your teachers.
Katie often helps her mum.
The boys are sometimes funny.
Ivan and I always do our homework.
Dad never washes his car.
Carol is usually very kind.

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