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Affirmative Sentences Subject Auxiliary Adv. of Frequency Main Verb Predicate The side effects   usually go away after a few hours. I   sometimes have trouble accessing my favorite web site. Beethoven   often went to Baden for the summer. Kevin has never been a fan of SUVs. Brian has always wanted to own a restaurant. I will always be grateful to you. Affirmative Sentences with BE Subject BE Adv. of Frequency Predicate The bus is usually on time. Some people are never satisfied. Negative Sentences Subject Auxiliary Adv. of Frequency Main Verb Predicate Suzanne doesn't usually get involved in politics. It doesn't often snow here at Christmas. I don't ever download music from the Internet. Negative Sentences with BE Subject BE + not Adv. of Frequency Predicate Iron supplements aren't usually necessary for men. Professor Morgan isn't often at a loss for words. Interrogative Sentences Auxiliary Subject Adv. of Frequency Main Verb Predicate Does Kimberly usually have breakfast at home? Do you always read the fine print? Did Chris ever play basketball? Don't you ever get tired? Interrogative Sentences with BE BE Subject Adv. of Frequency Predicate Are you always so cheerful in the morning? Isn't Ted usually here by eight o'clock? Imperative Sentences Adv. of Frequency Verb Predicate Always do your best! Never forget this rule! Always be truthful! Short Answers with Adverbs of Frequency Subject Adv. of Frequency Auxiliary or BE A: Will you ever change?B:I never will. A:Has Shirley ever been to Austria?B:She never has. A: Do they ever study together?B:They sometimes do. A: Is Jessica ever wrong?B:She seldom is.... Devamı