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Cat and John: Do Simple Present Part 4 by DanielNieto2004 on 12-14-2016
Yeah! What are those?
An adverb describes a verb. It gives more information about the verb.
Interesting…
An adverb of frequency answers the question: “How often do you do something?”
Are there any types of adverbs of frequency?
Yeah, thanks for asking. There are indefinite adverbs of frequency and definite. Indefinite adverbs usually go before the main verb (with some exceptions); it is used to describe how many times you do something. But remember negative adverbs of frequency are not used in negative sentences or questions. Definite adverbs of frequency are more specific than indefinite adverbs of frequency.
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