Adverbs of frequency and adverbs of degree Teacher: Mgr. Alena Chaloupková Class: 7 Date : 28th February 2013 Subject: English Topic: English grammar Key words: adverbs of frequency, adverbs of degree Type of interactivity: Interactive board and a worksheet. This exercise can be used for explanation and revision of grammar.
Meanings of „frequency“ and „degree“ „frequency“ answers „how often“ „degree“ answers „how much“ Czech meanings of some adverbs: EnglishCzechEnglishCzech alwaysvždynormallyobyčejně almostskororegularlypravidelně usuallyobvykleoccasionallypříležitostně nevernikdyrarelyjen zřídka seldomzřídkafrequentlyhojně, často, zhusta hardlysotva,stěžífairly(po)řádně, hodně, pretty(poměrně)dostslightlytrochu,nepatrně oftenčastoincrediblyneuvěřitelně extremelynesmírněveryvelmi ratherspíše,docelaquitedocela, celkem sometimesněkdyhardly evertéměř nikdy
Exercise 1 Put the adverbs in brackets into the right column. (always, almost, usually, never, seldom, pretty, often, extremely, rather, sometimes, hardly, normally, regularly, occasionally, rarely, frequently, fairly, slightly, incredibly, very, quite, a bit, barely = hardly) Adverbs of frequencyAdverbs of degree
KEY to exercise 1 Put the adverbs in brackets into the right column. (always, almost, usually, never, seldom, pretty, often, extremely, rather, sometimes, hardly, normally, regularly, occasionally, rarely, frequently, fairly, slightly, incredibly, very, quite, a bit, barely) Adverbs of frequencyAdverbs of degree alwaysalmost usuallypretty neverextremely seldomrather oftenhardly sometimesfairly normallyslightly regularlyincredibly occasionallyvery rarelyquite frequentlya bit hardly everbarely = hardly
Used literature : Stuart Redman: English vocabulary in use, Cambridge University Press,1997
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