Esercizio sugli avverbi di frequenza e di tempo

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    Adverbs of frequency are used to explain how often you do something.

  • 2/12

    Match the adverbs below with the correct number, from the one that express more frequency (1) to the one that express less frequency (5).

  • 3/12

    The adverb “yet” is used to say that you have done something successfully

  • 4/12

    The adverb “yet” is used in which kind of sentence?

  • 5/12

    Do we use “so” in affirmative or negative sentences?

  • 6/12

    We use “neither” to speak about differences about people and things.

  • 7/12

    Match each sentence to the correct verb.

    I haven’t done the homework …
    I … wake up at 8am.
    I don't do sports and … does my wife
    Actually, I have … been in Florida.
    I love to play football and … does my brother.
    I never go to the stadium, I hate soccer.
  • 8/12

    Translate this sentence into English: “Maya a volte va in palestra prima di cena".

  • 9/12

    “Yet” and “already” are often used with a particular verbal tense; which?

  • 10/12

    Translate this sentence into English: “Ho già mangiato, andrò a dormire adesso”.

  • 11/12

    Translate this sentence into English: “Daniele non ha una chitarra e neanche Luca ce l’ha”.

  • 12/12

    Translate this sentence into English: “Jack cucina ogni domenica e lo fa anche Alex”.

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