Adverbs of frequency. Exercise 18. Rewrite each sentence with the adverb of frequency (in brackets) in its correct position.

  1. A. Complete the sentences with the comparative forms of the adverbs in the box.
  2. Adverbs of frequency
  3. C) ILS RUNWAY (number) LEFT (or RIGHT) LOCALIZER FREQUENCY IS (frequency)
  4. Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
  5. Effect of Changes in Supply Frequency on Torque and Speed
  6. Exercise1. Find adjectives and adverbs in the text and make up sentences with them.
  7. Suffixesof Adverbs
  8. (Comparison Degrees of Adjectives and Adverbs)

Exercise 18. Rewrite each sentence with the adverb of frequency (in brackets) in its correct position.

Example: I play tennis on Sundays. (often)

Answer: I often play tennis on Sundays.


  1. Peter doesnt get up before seven. (usually)
  2. Peggy and Frank are late. (often)
  3. They watch TV in the afternoon. (never)
  4. My grandmother goes for a walk in the evening. (always)
  5. I take sugar in my coffee. (sometimes)
  6. Our friends must write tests. (often)
  7. Pete gets angry. (never)
  8. Tom is very friendly. (usually)
  9. Ramon and Frank are hungry. (often)
  10. Walter helps his father in the kitchen. (usually)
  11. Christine smokes. (never)

To have got

HAVE GOTis used to talk about:

w possession

She got three cars. / Have you got a car? / Weve got two children.

w illness

Ive got a bad cold? Has he got a headache?

w descriptions

Hes got brown hair, blue eyes and a long nose.

Positive form

I You have got a large family. = Ive/Youve got a large family.
He She has got a well-paid job. = Hes/Shes got a well-paid job.
It has got a lovely garden. = Its got a lovely garden.
We You They have got a lot of friends. = Weve/Youve/Theyve got a lot of friends.

Exercise 19. Write sentences with have got and has got. Use the short forms ve gotand s got.

Example: She ___ a beautiful bedroom. Shes got a beautiful bedroom.

1. You ___ a very nice bike.

  1. He ___ very long hair.
  2. They ___ two houses.
  3. David ___ a very good job.
  4. We ___ a lot of problems.
  5. Sarah ___ a new car.
  6. Nelly ___ a bad memory for figures.

Negative form


I You have not got much money. = Ive/Youve got much money.
He She has not got any problems. = Hes/Shes got any problems.
It has not got a shopping centre. = Its got a shopping centre.
We You They have not got many neighbours. = Weve/Youve/Theyve got many neighbours.

Exercise 20. Make the following sentences negative.

1. Weve got some butter in the fridge.

  1. Hes got a brother.
  2. Shes got a lot of friends at school.
  3. Ive got Jennys telephone number in my address book.
  4. Theyve got some fish for dinner.
  5. Youve got a lot of homework to do tonight.
  6. This town has got a lot of pubs, cafés and restaurants.

General questions


Have I you got a pen? Yes, I have. / No, I havent.
Has he she a car? Yes, he/she has. / No, he/she hasnt.
Has it a garage? Yes, it has. / No, it hasnt.
Have we you they any brothers? Yes, we/you/they have. / No, we/you/they havent.

Exercise 21. Write general questions. Give short answers.

Example: You/a camera? Have you got a camera? Yes, I have. / No, I havent.


1. Your father /a car?

2. Carol/many friends?

3. Your parents/a country cottage?

4. You/much money?

5. She/any news from her relatives?

6. We/much time?

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