Learn English - Mark Kulek ESL. Learn important adverbs of frequency. More Practice:https://youtu.be/azjFfCn2VF0 KeyWords: always, usually, sometimes, rarely and never. these adverbs of frequency will help you speak more naturally. These adverbs are placed in everyday situations that take place in the afternoon. Each phrase has a picture and illustration for better understanding. In the second half of this video, you will answer according to your life. By doing this, you are interactive with the video which will help your speaking, vocabulary and fluency skills. Have fun learning English and speak English now.
Language in use:
What do you usually do?
I usually go to the bank.
I always go to the supermarket.
I sometimes go to the park.
I never get a haircut.
I rarely take a nap.
I always have lunch.
I sometimes have a picnic.
I sometimes have ice cream.
I always go to school.
I always go to work.
I often do you … ?
I usually …
I sometimes …
I rarely …
I never …
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