COUNTABLE vs UNCOUNTABLE 27/04/21
Please look at the presentation below:
Now please download the worksheet below and send it back to me before 10:00am on Friday 30th April 2021 on messenger or skola online. Good luck!!
Adverbs of Frequency 08/03/21
What are adverbs of frequency? Adverbs of frequency are words that tell us how often or how regularly we do something.
Common adverbs of frequency are:
In the picture we can see the words, never, sometimes, often and always.
We use never when we do something 0% of the time (you didn’t do it). I never eat steak for breakfast.
We use sometimes when we do something 50% of the time. I sometimes go to Hradec Kralove.
We use often when we do something fairly regularly 60% of the time. I often shop in Albert.
We use always when we do something 100% of the time (everyday). I always brush my teeth after breakfast.
There are a few other adverbs of frequency, below you can see a longer list:
To help you understand and practice please try this exercise:
I would like you to make a video with only 4 sentences using never, sometimes, often and always.
Send to me on skola online or Facebook messenger any questions or problems please tell me.
DEADLINE WEDNESDAY 10th MARCH (10/03/21) 10:00AM
Nations and Nationality
Before school ended you have started looking at nations and nationality (countries and their people). Have a look at the blog entry here for more information to help you understand. Below is a presentation to help you and also some worksheets you can download for practice: