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1. VOCABULARY:



EXPRESSIONS OF FREQUENCY:


EVERY: (at the end of a sentence or verb phrase)
every hour
The bell rings every hour.
every day
I get up early every day.
every week
I visit my grandparents every week.
every month
I go to Madrid every month.
every year
I travel to New York every year.
But they are sometimes placed at the beginning for emphasis, e.g. Every day, I have a shower before breakfast.


ONCE:
once an hour
once a day
once a week
once a month
once a year
TWICE:
twice an hour
twice a day
twice a week
twice a month
twice a year
THREE TIMES:
three times an hour
three times a day
three times a week
three times a month
three times a year
FOUR TIMES:
four times an hour
four times a day
four times a week
four times a month
four times a year
FIVE TIMES:
five times an hour
five times a day
five times a week
five times a month
five times a year
SIX TIMES:
six times an hour
six times a day
six times a week
six times a month
six times a year
... TIMES





But they are sometimes placed at the beginning for emphasis, e.g. Once a week, I go to the cinema.




ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY: (before the main verb, but after be)

However, sometimes and usually can be used at the beginning of a sentence or clause for emphasis.

always
siempre
I always get up at 7 o'clock.

often
a menudo
I often have a shower before breakfast.

usually / normally
normalmente,
con frecuencia
I usually have milk and toast for breakfast.
Usually, I have milk and toast for breakfast.
sometimes
a veces
I sometimes take the dog out for a walk in the morning.
Sometimes, I take the dog out for a walk in the morning.
hardly ever
casi nunca
I hardly ever have wine for lunch.

never
nunca
I never go to sleep before 11 o'clock.


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My daily routine:

I usually get up at 8:00. I have a shower at 8:15 and then I get dressed. After that I have a cup of coffee and a slice of toast for breakfast. I leave home at 8:50 and I arrive at work at 9:00. I work from 9:00 until 2:00 and when I finish I go home. I arrive home at 2:15 and then I have lunch. After lunch I take a nap. Later, in the evening I go out with my friends and we have a coffee. Then I go back home. Later, at home, I usually watch some TV and have dinner. After dinner I watch TV again for a little longer and after that I always go to bed at 12 at night.

(This text was written by my friend Craig, from busuu.com. Thanks Craig!!!!)



(always / sometimes / never)



(always / usually / often / sometimes / never)





Adverbs of frequency + daily routines:







ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY IN SENTENCES:



Oxford University Press Grammar: adverbs of frequency 1; adverbs of frequency 2










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3. PRONUNCIATION:


/h/



Words that have a silent H may include
1. beginning H's:
· heir /eə(r)/ (heredero)
· honest /ˈɒnɪst/ (honesto)
· hour /aʊə(r)/ (hora)
· honor /ˈɒnə(r)/ (honor)
2. ending H's:
· hurrah /hʊˈrɑː/ (¡hurra!)
· Sarah
· Torah /ˈtɔːrə/ (la Torá)


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5. SONG



Who Wants to Live Forever





6. LISTENING


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