Put in the correct order
Correct the mistake
Grammar question
Make a sentence
100

my / clean / I / bedroom / often

I often clean my bedroom

100

You and Tony never plays computer games.

You and Tony never play computer games

The mistake is in "plays", because it is a plural

100

What is the question we use in Frequency Adverbs?

How often do you ...?

100

Make a sentence with: Go / Sometimes

Free answer 

200

on / seldom / TV / watch / soccer games / we

We seldom watch soccer games on TV.

200

He oftens listens to the radio

He often listens to the radio

The mistake is in "oftens" because we do not add "s" to Often

200

Say 4 Frequency Adverbs

Always, Almost always, Sometimes, Usually, Occasionally, Rarely, Hardly ever, Never

(If you give 4 of these, it is correct)

200

Make a sentence with: Eat / never

Free answer

300

homework / my / you / help / with / me

You always help me with my homework.

300

Always the school bus arrives late

The school bus always arrives late

The mistake is "always", because we use the Frequency Adverbs after the subject

300

What is the position of the Frequency Adverb in a sentence?

The Frequency Adverb always goes after the subject

300

Make a sentence with: Drink / Always

Free answer

400

sometimes  / I  / do /my / English homework

I sometimes do my in English homework.

400

It seldom rain in this place. It usually is sunny, but it be sometimes windy. 

It seldom rains in this place. It is usually synny, but it is sometimes windy. 


400

What is the frequency adverb that indicates 100% of frequency?

Always

400

Make a sentence about A FRIEND with: Eat / often

Free answer

(the sentence needs the verb Eat in third person: "He/She eats...")

500

friend / never / my / go dancing / on weekends

My friend never goes dancing on weekends

500

My mum usualy drive to work. When she don't has the car, she normalli go to work by bus. 

My mum usually drives to work. When she doesn't have the car, she normally goes to work by bus.

500

Why do we use Frequency Adverbs?

To say how often we do an action or an activity

500

Make a sentence about A MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY with: take / usually

Free answer

(the sentence needs the verb take in third person: "He/She takes...")

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