Sentence correction: adverbs of frequency

February 27, 2012pdf

Correct the following sentences

1. He often comes very lately to the class.

2. He came here before two months.

3. He comes often to our house.

4. Though James worked very hardly, he failed.

5. But Peter, who took things easily, passed.

6. He comes to see me seldom.

7. I have wanted to meet him always.

8. He is rather lazy fellow.

9. I have never seen such a man; he is too noble.

10. When I met John last summer he told me that he had lost his father two years ago.

Answers

1. He often comes very late to the class.

2. He came here two months ago.

3. He often comes to our house.

4. Though James worked very hard, he failed.

5. But Peter, who took things easy, passed.

6. He seldom comes to see me.

7. I have always wanted to meet him.

8. He is a rather lazy fellow. OR He is rather a lazy fellow.

9. I have never seen such a man; he is so noble.

10. When I met John last summer he told me that he had lost his father two years before.

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