Adverbs of Frequency

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Grammar — Intermediate Level
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Activity

Read the paragraph first, and provide appropriate adverbs of frequency


The new school year has started and Amanda got a chance to meet new classmates and friends.

On the first day of school, Amanda met Micha.

Amanda: Hi! I am Amanda. How about you?

Micha: My name is Micha.

Amanda: Nice to meet you.

Micha: Nice to meet you, too.

Amanda: Is it your first time to study in this school?

Micha: No, I have been studying here for almost three years. I (1.____________) ask my mom to send me in this school because I love the environment here. How about you?

Amanda: Oh, that sounds great! I am a transferee. It is my first time to study in this school. My parents have (2.___________) heard of this school before. It is because we were living in another city then.

Micha: Well, I can say you have come to the right school. People here are really friendly and kind. You would see them (3.___________) smiling at you. They would even get to talk to you and share whatever they can.

Amanda: That is really nice. In my previous school, I (4._____________) find people who would greet me with a smile on their faces.

I am lucky to belong here.

Micha: Yes, indeed you are. There will (5.____________) be a dull moment for you here. We are here to (6._____________) cheer you up and talk to you.

Although, of course, (7.____________) the teachers have to be tough for us to learn independently.

Amanda: I understand. That is how we should get trained.
  1. I (   ) ask my mom to send me in this school because I love the environment here.

  2. My parents have (   ) heard of this school before.

  3. You would see them (   ) smiling at you.

  4. In my previous school, I (   ) find people who would greet me with a smile on their faces.

  5. There will (   ) be a dull moment for you here.

  6. We are here to (   ) cheer you up and talk to you.

  7. Although, of course, (   ) the teachers have to be tough for us to learn independently.

Discussion

Practice your writing skills by discussing the questions below


  1. How do you conduct the studies in your country these days?

  2. Have you started the new school year? If not, when will it start?

  3. What are your preferences in choosing a school for yourself or for your children? Enumerate them.

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