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Frequency Adverbs Activity

Frequency Adverbs Activity

Frequency Adverbs Activity


  • Take out the pile1 prompt cards and ask the students: Do you ever...?
  • Then point to the adverb you want included in the answer. 
  • Do this as long as necessary to be able to include all the adverbs. 
  • Write the question form on the board and point out the use of ever.
  • Also write the answers on the board and show that the adverb always comes just before the main verb except with the verb to be when it comes after.
  • When you have done this for the positive answer, repeat for negative answers, showing that the adverb comes after do not but before the main verb.
  • Then put the students into groups of four or five students. 
  • Have a set of the prompt cards for each group.
  • There should be two piles: one with the activity and one with the adverbs.
  • One student takes a card from the top of the activity pile and asks another student a question using ever.
  • For example:  Do you ever play the trumpet in bed ?
  • The student asked then takes a card from the adverb pile and answers using that adverb.
  • For example: Yes I always play trumpet in bed.
  • Explain any necessary vocabulary such as kilt (a skirt with the family design worn on formal occasions by men in Scotland).


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Mr. ‏El-Sayed Ramadan ‎ ‎

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