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UNIT 2: FREQUENCY. MAKE STATEMENTS USING THE FOLLOWING ADVERBS :  Always  Never  Frequently  Now and then  Hardly ever  Steadily Example: Your English.

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1 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY

2 MAKE STATEMENTS USING THE FOLLOWING ADVERBS :  Always  Never  Frequently  Now and then  Hardly ever  Steadily Example: Your English teacher always tells the truth.

3 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY DRAW A FREQUENCY LINE AND PLACE THE ADVERBS

4 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY DRAW A FREQUENCY LINE AND PLACE THE ADVERBS always

5 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY DRAW A FREQUENCY LINE AND PLACE THE ADVERBS always steadily

6 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY DRAW A FREQUENCY LINE AND PLACE THE ADVERBS always steadily frequently

7 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY DRAW A FREQUENCY LINE AND PLACE THE ADVERBS always steadily frequently now and then

8 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY DRAW A FREQUENCY LINE AND PLACE THE ADVERBS always steadily frequently now and then hardly ever

9 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY DRAW A FREQUENCY LINE AND PLACE THE ADVERBS always steadily frequently now and then hardly ever never

10 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily =  Frequently =  Hardly ever =

11 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily = constantly  Frequently =  Hardly ever =

12 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily = constantly, non-stop  Frequently =  Hardly ever =

13 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily = constantly, non-stop  Frequently = often  Hardly ever =

14 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily = constantly, non-stop  Frequently = often, usually  Hardly ever =

15 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily = constantly, non-stop  Frequently = often, usually, regularly  Hardly ever =

16 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily = constantly, non-stop  Frequently = often, usually, regularly  Hardly ever = rarely

17 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND SYNONYMS FOR EACH ADVERB.  Steadily = constantly, non-stop  Frequently = often, usually, regularly  Hardly ever = rarely, seldom

18 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIND A WORD FOR EACH PICTURE. ?

19 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.We discussed a wide _________________ of subjects. 2.Prices _________________ between $50 and $250. 3.Go to Snowdonia National Park, the most acidified mountain ___________________ in Wales.

20 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.We discussed a wide range of subjects. 2.Prices ________________ between $50 and $250. 3.Go to Snowdonia National Park, the most acidified mountain ________________ in Wales.

21 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.We discussed a wide range of subjects. 2.Prices range between $50 and $250. 3.Go to Snowdonia National Park, the most acidified mountain ___________________ in Wales.

22 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.We discussed a wide range of subjects. 2.Prices range between $50 and $250. 3.Go to Snowdonia National Park, the most acidified mountain range in Wales.

23 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.It's still not possible to ___________________ the occurrence of earthquakes accurately. 2.The weather there can be a bit __________________ - one minute it's blue skies and the next minute it's raining hard. 3.No one believed her __________________ that the world would end on November 12.

24 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.It's still not possible to predict the occurrence of earthquakes accurately. 2.The weather there can be a bit _______________ - one minute it's blue skies and the next minute it's raining hard. 3.No one believed her _______________ that the world would end on November 12.

25 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.It's still not possible to predict the occurrence of earthquakes accurately. 2.The weather there can be a bit unpredictable - one minute it's blue skies and the next minute it's raining hard. 3.No one believed her ________________ that the world would end on November 12.

26 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.It's still not possible to predict the occurrence of earthquakes accurately. 2.The weather there can be a bit unpredictable - one minute it's blue skies and the next minute it's raining hard. 3.No one believed her prediction that the world would end on November 12.

27 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I love watching the smooth ___________________ surface of the snow. 2.The next 36 hours will be _______________ colder, with snow showers just about everywhere. 3.We would like to be able to ________________ the workload more fairly.

28 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I love watching the smooth even surface of the snow. 2.The next 36 hours will be _______________ colder, with snow showers just about everywhere. 3.We would like to be able to ________________ the workload more fairly.

29 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I love watching the smooth even surface of the snow. 2.The next 36 hours will be even colder, with snow showers just about everywhere. 3.We would like to be able to ______________ the workload more fairly.

30 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I love watching the smooth even surface of the snow. 2.The next 36 hours will be even colder, with snow showers just about everywhere. 3.We would like to be able to even out the workload more fairly.

31 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I have left my ______________ of keys somewhere – I can’t open the door! 2.Do three __________ of the exercises I gave you last week. 3.Have they _______________ a date for the wedding?

32 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I have left my set of keys somewhere – I can’t open the door! 2.Do three _____________ of the exercises I gave you last week. 3.Have they ______________ a date for the wedding?

33 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I have left my set of keys somewhere – I can’t open the door! 2.Do three sets of the exercises I gave you last week. 3.Have they _________ a date for the wedding?

34 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORDS IN CONTEXT. FILL IN THE GAPS. YOU MAY NEED TO ADAPT THE WORD. 1.I have left my set of keys somewhere – I can’t open the door! 2.Do three sets of the exercises I gave you last week. 3.Have they set a date for the wedding?

35 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY FIXED EXPRESSIONS – PRACTICE.  How often…  do you exercise?  do you cry?  do you take your English book to study?  do you eat fast food?  do you use the Internet?  … your turn! Write 3 more questions and ask a colleague.

36 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1.When visibility is reduced, airports rely ___ radar control. (to use because you have confidence) 2.In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry ___ complex arithmetical calculations. (to do / to perform) 3.A protein may consist ___ several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. (to be made of / formed from) 4.In 1937, four Soviet scientists set ___ temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. (to create / to establish) 5.Chemists can work ___ the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. (to calculate) 6.Testosterone is involved __ the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. (to be linked, be a part of) 7.It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts ___ the migration of birds. (to provide an explanation) 8.The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid. (to be determined by)

37 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry ___ complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist ___ several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set ___ temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work ___ the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved __ the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts ___ the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid.

38 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry OUT complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist ___ several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set ___ temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work ___ the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved __ the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts ___ the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid.

39 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry OUT complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist OF several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set ___ temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work ___ the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved __ the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts ___ the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid.

40 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry OUT complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist OF several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set UP temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work ___ the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved __ the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts ___ the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid.

41 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry OUT complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist OF several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set UP temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work OUT the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved __ the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts ___ the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid.

42 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry OUT complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist OF several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set UP temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work OUT the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved IN the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts ___ the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid.

43 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry OUT complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist OF several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set UP temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work OUT the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved IN the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts FOR the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ___ the strength of the acid.

44 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE APPROPRIATE PRPOSITION 1. When visibility is reduced, airports rely ON radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage designed a machine to carry OUT complex arithmetical calculations. 3. A protein may consist OF several polypeptide chains held together by weak molecular bonds. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists set UP temporary scientific stations on drifting icebergs in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work OUT the number of carbon atoms from the weight of the object. 6. Testosterone is involved IN the development of secondary sex characteristics such as the growth of body hair, and changes in the larynx. 7. It is the ability to use the Sun and the stars to navigate which accounts FOR the migration of birds. 8. The level of pH depends ON the strength of the acid.

45 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – DISAPPEARING TEXT 1. When ----------------- is reduced, airports --------------------- radar control. 2. In 1830, Babbage ------------------- a machine to carry OUT ------------------ arithmetical ------------------. 3. A protein may consist OF several polypeptide ----------------- held ----------------- by weak molecular -------------------. 4. In 1937, four Soviet scientists ---------------- temporary scientific ----------------- on drifting ---------------- in the Arctic. 5. Chemists can work OUT the number of -------------------------- --------------- from the weight of the --------------------. 6. ------------------------ is involved IN the --------------------- of secondary sex --------------- --------- such as the growth of body ------------------------, and ---------------- in the larynx. 7. It is the ------------------ to use the Sun and the stars to --------------------- which accounts FOR the --------------------- of birds. 8. The -------------------- of pH depends ON the --------------------- of the acid.

46 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – DISAPPEARING TEXT 1. When ----------------- is ------------------, airports --------------------- radar -------------------. 2. In 1830, Babbage ------------------- a ------------------- to carry OUT ------------------ ------ ------------------- ------------------. 3. A ------------------ may consist OF several polypeptide ----------------- held ------------ -----by ------------------- molecular -------------------. 4. In 1937, four ------------------- scientists ---------------- temporary -------------------- ------ ----------- on drifting ---------------- in the -------------------. 5. -------------------- can work OUT the ----------------------- of -------------------------- ---------- ----- from the weight of the --------------------. 6. ------------------------ is involved IN the --------------------- of ---------------------- sex -------- ---------------- such as the ----------------- of body ------------------------, and ---------------- in the larynx. 7. It is the ------------------ to use the ----------------- and the ------------------ to -------------- ------- which -------------------- FOR the --------------------- of birds. 8. The -------------------- of pH depends ON the --------------------- of the --------------------.

47 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – DISAPPEARING TEXT 1. When ----------------- is ------------------, airports --------------------- radar -------------------. 2. In -------------------, Babbage ------------------- a ------------------- to ------------------ OUT -- ---------------- ------------------------- ------------------. 3. A ------------------ may ----------------- OF ----------------- polypeptide ----------------- held -----------------by ------------------- molecular -------------------. 4. In ----------------, four ------------------- scientists ---------------- temporary ------------------- - ----------------- on drifting ---------------- in the -------------------. 5. -------------------- can --------------------- OUT the ----------------------- of ----------------------- --- --------------- from the -------------------- of the --------------------. 6. ------------------------ is -------------------- IN the --------------------- of ---------------------- sex - ----------------------- such as the ----------------- of body ------------------------, and ----------- ----- in the ----------------. 7. It is the ------------------ to use the ----------------- and the ------------------ to -------------- ------- which -------------------- FOR the --------------------- of ----------------------. 8. The -------------------- of pH --------------------- ON the --------------------- of the ------------ --------.

48 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY PHRASAL VERBS – USE THE STRUCTURE OF THE SENTENCE AND CREATE YOUR OWN. 1. When -----------------, ------------------ rely on ----------------------------. 2. In DATE, FAMOUS SCIENTIST ------------------- a ------------------- to carry out ------------. 3. A ------------------ consists of -----------------. 4. In DATE, ----------------- set up--------------------. 5. -------------------- can work out ---------------------. 6. ------------------------ is involved in the --------------------- such as the -------------------- and ----------------. 7. It is the ------------------ which accounts for the ---------------------. 8. The -------------------- depends on the ---------------------.

49 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORD STRESS. TEXT P.28. FILL IN THE BOX WITH THE WORDS THAT HAVE THE STRESS PATTERN BELOW. OooOooOooooOoooOooooO

50 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORD STRESS. TEXT P.28. FILL IN THE BOX WITH THE WORDS THAT HAVE THE STRESS PATTERN BELOW. OooOooOooooOoooOooooO pattern crucial increase (n) system steady session strengthen

51 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORD STRESS. TEXT P.28. FILL IN THE BOX WITH THE WORDS THAT HAVE THE STRESS PATTERN BELOW. OooOooOooooOoooOooooO patternimportance crucialaerobic increase (n)beginning systemdevelop steady session strengthen

52 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORD STRESS. TEXT P.28. FILL IN THE BOX WITH THE WORDS THAT HAVE THE STRESS PATTERN BELOW. OooOooOooooOoooOooooO patternimportancerelatively crucialaerobicmonotony increase (n)beginningcapacity systemdevelop steady session strengthen

53 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORD STRESS. TEXT P.28. FILL IN THE BOX WITH THE WORDS THAT HAVE THE STRESS PATTERN BELOW. OooOooOooooOoooOooooO patternimportancerelativelycardiovascular crucialaerobicmonotony increase (n)beginningcapacity systemdevelop steady session strengthen

54 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORD STRESS. TEXT P.28. FILL IN THE BOX WITH THE WORDS THAT HAVE THE STRESS PATTERN BELOW. OooOooOooooOoooOooooO patternimportancerelativelycardiovascularapproximately crucialaerobicmonotony increase (n)beginningcapacity systemdevelop steady session strengthen

55 UNIT 2: FREQUENCY WORD STRESS. TEXT P.28. FILL IN THE BOX WITH THE WORDS THAT HAVE THE STRESS PATTERN BELOW. OooOooOooooOoooOooooO patternimportancerelativelycardiovascularapproximatelyincrease (v) crucialaerobicmonotonyinvolve increase (n)beginningcapacitydesign systemdevelopobtain steady session strengthen


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