Adverbs of Frequency
A: What do you do on the weekend?
B: I usually stay home, but sometimes I go out.
A: Yeah, where do you go?
B: Sometimes I go to the beach. Sometimes I go to the park.
A: I often go there too. Do you ever go to the lake?
B: No, very rarely. It is too far from house.
C: What do you usually have for dinner?
F: I try to eat healthy, so I usually cook vegetables.
C: Really. What kind of stuff do you make?
F: Sometimes I make soups. Sometimes I make stir-fry.
C: Stir-fry. That”s not very healthy.
F: I know. I try to eat not eat it often.
E: Do you take the bus to work?
H: No, I never take the bus. I always drive.
E: Yeah, it is so much easier to drive.
H: Do you drive to work?
E: Actually, I rarely drive. I usually walk to work. I live near the office.
H: Lucky you!
D: Do you ever go to the movies?
K: I rarely do. It is too expensive. Do you?
D: No, not often. I usually rent DVDs.
K: Really. I never do that. I usually stream movies.
D: Nice. Do you have fast Internet?
K: Yeah, usually it is fast, but sometimes it’s slow.
Adverbs of Frequency - Grammar Notes
- I always have coffee in the morning.
- I usually eat dinner at home.
- I sometimes eat a restaurants.
- I never drink alcohol.
- Always (100%)
- Almost always
- Hardly ever / Rarely
- Almost never
- Never (0%)
- Thomas almost always paints in the evening.
- She usually gets to work early.
- We hardly ever rent movies.
- I never stay out late.
- Usually, I read before bed.
- I read before bed usually.
- Often I go there.
- I go there often.
- Sometimes, I play tennis at night.
- I play tennis at night sometimes.