Lesson 22 - Pasatiempos (Pastimes)
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Pages in this lesson: Pastimes - Adverbs of frequency - Dialogue - Reading - Quiz
This page: Learn the adverbs of frequency in Spanish.
Adverbs of frequency are words that describe how often you do an activity. These words are usually placed after the subject (if there is a stated subject) but before the verb. Some of the common adverbs of frequency are listed in the table below with their translations. Click on the words to hear the pronunciation and repeat.
|Adverbs of Frequency||Translation|
|► casi siempre||almost always|
|► a veces||sometimes|
|► de vez en cuando||once in a while|
|► casi nunca||almost never|
Select how often you do these activities. All of the verbs in this exercise are from the Pastimes lesson. There are no right or wrong answers on this exercise.
Write the translation.
Find the mistake in the sentence and re-write it correctly in the space. Don't forget to use correct capitalization, accents and punctuation, or the computer will mark it as incorrect.
Write one sentence using each of the adverbs of frequency that you learned on this page.
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