Adverbs of Frequency
Grammar: Present Simple
Age: kids / teens
Adverbs of frequency
- very often
- quite often
1. Use adverbs of frequency. Make up as many sensible sentences as possible. Make up your own sentences.
2. Each child writes two sentences about themselves in Present Simple on two pieces of paper.
(I brush my teeth twice a day. I walk my dog in the park).
Those papers are collected by a teacher. One by one they choose one of the papers.
Teacher says: “Guess who brushes his/her teeth twice a day?”. That child tries to find an appropriate person. (Jane, do you brush your teeth twice a day?)
3. Pupils continue the sentences using adverbs of frequency: always, never, often, sometimes, rarely, seldom, more often, etc.
What do they do?
What do they eat?
Where do they live?,
What do they wear?
Where do they sleep?
How do they have fun?
|People in my country…||lose the weight|
|Penguins in theAntarctic…||tolerate a lie|
|African tribes…||fall madly in love|
|Whales in the ocean…||get divorced|
|Birds in the sky…||lock their flats and garages|
|Children in my school…||are cheerful|
|Teachers in their leisure time…||move things around|
|On Halloween children…||grow apples|
|On New Year Ukrainians…||go for long walks|
|On winter holidays children…||brush their teeth|
|On summer holidays children…||jog, play tennis and water ski|
|Americans||tell the truth|
|Most actors||sing in the bathroom|