Adverbs of Frequency | English Grammar | Speak Clearly & Confidently



Watch this video lesson to learn more about how to use and pronounce some very useful English words…. Adverbs of frequency!

These words help you to explain how many times you do an activity or how often something happens.

For example:
ALWAYS
FREQUENTLY
NORMALLY
USUALLY
OFTEN
REGULARLY
GENERALLY
OCCASIONALLY
SOMETIMES
RARELY
SELDOM
HARDLEY EVER
INFREQUENTLY
NOT OFTEN
NEVER

Some other useful English expressions to talk about how frequently an action occurs are:
ONCE OR TWICE A (+day/week/year/etc)
ONCE IN A WHILE
FROM TIME TO TIME
EVERY NOW AND AGAIN
MORE OFTEN THAN NOT

There are lots of different ways to express how often something happens in English. Learning to use these adverbs will help you to express yourself more clearly!

Read the full transcript to this video on my blog:

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