#EngVocab: Adverbs of time

Adverbs of time tell us when an action happened, but also for how long, and how often.

In this session, we’ll specifically talk about adverbs that tell us how often things happened

1) Always / constantly: to define something that happened all the time.
Example:
– I always work on Saturday.
– I constantly work on Saturday.

2) Usually / regularly: to define something that happened habitually from time to time; every now and then.
Example:
– I usually jog in the morning.
– I jog in the morning regularly.

3) Sometimes / occasionally:  to define something that happened on some occasions.
Example:
– I sometimes come to this library.
– I come to this library occasionally.

4) Often / frequently: to define something that happened many times.
Example:
– I often visit Indonesia.
– I visit Indonesia frequently.

5) Seldom / rarely: to define something that is rarely happened.
Example:
– I seldom get up early on Sunday.
– I rarely get up early on Sunday.


Compiled and written by @AnienditaR at @EnglishTips4u on Saturday, March 4 , 2017

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