Have a look at the mix of letters below. Can you guess the adverb they form?
The sentences below do not make any sense. Replace the adverbs with ones that suit better.
We never eat ice cream in summer.
The pupils often ask their teacher to give them more homework.
We always enjoy school.
Sarah usually goes to school without shoes.
We sometimes get up late at the weekends.
They never play games with their friends.
Write down the sentences using the right word order.
Mr Smith / teaches /English and history / usually
Lily / for breakfast / sometimes / cornflakes /eats
English / learn/at school / Many children
go / We / on Sundays / to the countryside / sometimes
interrupt (unterbrechen) /The children / their teacher / never
David and Gordon / at school / on Mondays /usually / play tennis
drinks / two cups of coffee / Mrs Taylor /usually /every morning
do their homework /The children / always / in the afternoon
Listen to the following track an answer the questions.
Where is Tim going?
How far is it?
Who is with him?
What is Tim wearing?
Is Bob wearing that, too?
Translate these sentences into English. Say that ...
a. dein Hund öfters im Garten herumrennt.
b. dein Wellensittich niemals im Wohnzimmer fliegt.
c. du manchmal mit dem Nachbarshund zum Park gehst.