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(Updated on 04/02/2013)

 


Related pages :

present - present perfect (ever / never)
+ Linking words + Chores / Routines




 


Examples :

  • Transition Words
    "A frequent fault of inexperienced writers is a tendency to present thoughts and ideas without showing connections between them, or without making their significance
    clear to the reader. Transition words and phrases keep the reader on track by showing relationships between ideas and information."

    (dailywritingtips.com)
  • 10 Types of Transitions
    "Writing is simply a matter of expressing ideas, but as we all know, it’s not so simple after all. One challenge is to coherently connect those ideas.
    This post lists ten categories of words and phrases one can employ to signal a transition, with several examples for each type."

    1. Addition 2. Comparison 3. Concession 4. Contrast 5. Consequence 6. Emphasis 7. Example 8. Sequence 9. Space 10. Summary
    (dailywritingtips.com)

 

Position :

  • Still, yet and already
    "We present some basic information for understanding the meaning of these adverbs and where to put them in sentences."
    Download the grammar explanation and table.
    (BBC)

  • inside - outside - upside down

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Listening :

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Pronunciation :

  • How Do You Pronounce "Often"?
    (throwgrammarfromthetrain.blogspot.com)
    "Do you pronounce “often” with the “t”? Boston Globe columnist Jan Freeman noticed that although the “t” fell silent in the 15th century,
    it appears to be coming back, at least among college students."

    (Neatorama)

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INTERACTIVE exercises :

  • Hélène de Morel (Ac. Caen) a ajouté un nouveau parcours sur son site
    Il permet de mémoriser les différentes façons d'exprimer la fréquence.

    (memovoc.com)

  • Interactive Book - Chores and Adverbs of Frequency
    "Un livre interactif sur les corvées que l’on fait rarement / parfois / souvent / toujours ou bien que l’on ne fait pas du tout!"

    Créé par Laurence HAQUET (Académie de Rouen)

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  • Time words - Interactive exercises (eolf.univ-fcomte.fr)
  • GRAMMAR GAMES - Frequency adverbs - interactive (British Council)

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Exercises TO PRINT :

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  • Are you a computer buff ? - a quiz
    Etes-vous un fana d informatique ?
    Always -Often -Sometimes -Rarely -Never
    (Yvan Baptiste)
  • Treasure Map (Education World)
    "Find the treasure by following the right path.
    Then, write directions of exactly how to get there.
    Use appropriate sequential words." (Ces mots sont donnés.)
  • That's My Goal - based on 'That's my goal' by Shayne Ward SITE DEVENU PAYANT
    Vocabulary Area / Topic : Valentine's Day / love relationships
    Grammar Focus : adjectives and adverbs
    - with Teacher's Notes

    (english-4u.com)

 

Lesson plans :

 

 

  • Last Samurai: Adverbs - a lesson with a movie segment
    "Watch the movie segment and complete the sentences using the adverbs accordingly..."

    (moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.fr)

 

 

  • A Monster in Paris: Inversion after Negation Adverbs- a lesson with a movie segment
    "This is a great, romantic animated movie. It is also perfect to talk about accepting and respecting people the way they are. I truly recommend it."

    (moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.fr)

 

  • What's Your Number?: Adverbs of Frequency - a lesson with a movie segment
    "This comedy is really worth watching. This scene is really funny. My students loved it."

    (moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.fr)

 

Songs :

  • Objectifs de langue: Le présent simple, les adverbes de fréquence, les habitudes (routine)
    Thèmes: Halloween - Les vampires
    "La chanson peut être associée à Halloween. Sur YouTube, cliquer sur l'onglet Sous-Titres et vous aurez une version Karaoké." 
    (sylvainkustyanchansoncolleges.blogspot.fr)


 

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Cartoons : (Si le lien est inaccessible, enregistrer l'image pour obtenir la taille initiale.)

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Videos :

 

 

 

  • How Often Do You Swim?
    "This is a cartoon to help kids learn terms like "how often?" and "every day", "sometimes" and "usually".
    It's developed to help kids learn english."

    (YouTube)

 

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