Elementary grammar exercise: present simple with ‘always’, ‘often’, ‘never’
This exercise gives you practice talking about frequency in the present tense.
The theme of the exercise is public transport.
When we speak about frequency in the present, we mostly use the present simple tense.
Some of the words we use to say how often we do something are:
- always, often, usually, never.
This is where we put those words in a sentence:
|Adverbs of frequency in the present simple:
always, often, usually, never
|We put always, often, usually and never before the main verb:|
When the main verb is be (am, is, are), we put always, never, etc. after the verb:
- I am always happy.
- He is always late.
- It is sometimes very cold in Africa.
Choose the correct answer in each of the following: