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How often do you …? How often are you …?

How often do you …? How often are you …?

How often do you …? How often are you …?. Adverbs of Frequency Kristi Reyes. Adverbs of frequency. 100 % -- Always. 90 – 99 % -- Usually. 10 – 25% -- Seldom. 75 – 90% -- Often. 25 – 75 % -- Sometimes. 1 – 10% -- Rarely. 0% -- Never. Placement of frequency words.

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