Frequency Adverb Worksheets:
Placing Them In Sentences -
Frequency adverbs tell how often something happens. They are placed just before the verb, if the verb is not "to be." They go before the
verb if the verb is "to be."
How Often? -
Rewrite each sentence, adding a frequency adverb. Use the
percentage in parentheses to choose the correct adverb.
Rewrites - Some adverbs tell us how often the verb in the sentence happens. Read each sentence below. Then rewrite it, including the adverb in parentheses.
Putting In Work - Read the story. Then answer each question true or false. It is all based on what is in the passage.
Tricky Puppy - Put the words in the correct order. If you read the sentences, you will see where there is a disconnect.
When Parentheses - Rewrite each sentence, adding an adverb to express how frequently the action happens. Use the percentage in parentheses to determine an appropriate adverb.
Order Up - It should be noted that the capitalization does not always hold up here. You can disregard that when you are issuing a re-write here.
The Situation - Write a sentence to describe each situation. You will need to understand your percentages here to make this work.
How Often? - Choosing an appropriate frequency adverb helps communicate to the reader how often something happens.
Finish It - Complete all the sentences that you are presented with. Guess what types of terms you will be using?
Exemplify - Match each phrase with the frequency adverbs that they exemplify. You can draw a line.
Writing with Adverbs - Complete each sentence with a word that makes sense. This makes for a good practice set to review these skills.
Indicate the Piece - Rewrite each sentence and give the reader an idea of how often something occurs within it.