I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU (B1)

WHEN PEOPLE ARE IN LOVE, THEY MAKE PROMISES; SOMETIMES THEY KEEP THEM, SOMETIMES THEY BREAK THEM…… BUT WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON PROMISES A MAN GIVES A WOMAN OR A WOMAN GIVES A MAN?

UNIT 6B pages ( 46 / 47)

BY THE WAY….. WHAT´S THE RIGHT POSITION OF ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY IN COMPOUND TENSES?

The position of adverbs of frequency is often very tricky. However, there are several good rules that you can follow.
Let’s divide adverbs of frequency into two groups.

  • Group “a”: always, continually, frequently, occasionally, often, once, twice, periodically, repeatedly, sometimes, usually.
  • Group “b”: ever, hardly ever, never, rarely, scarcely ever, seldom.
  • Adverbs in both groups are normally placed:
    After the simple tenses of “to be”:
    He is always in time for meals.
    Before the simple tenses of all other verbs:
    They sometimes stay up all night.
    With compound tenses, they are placed after the first auxiliary, or—with interrogative verbs—after “auxiliary + subject”:
    He can never understand.
    You have often been told not to do that.
    Have you ever ridden a camel?
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Posted on January 9, 2017, in GOTTA WATCH IT and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Really there aren’t promises, however ,they are phrases that we usually saying :

    You´re the only one in my life.
    I´ve never loved anyone like you.
    There´s nothing better than you.
    You mean everything for me.

    … It would be amazing, if that were always true.

    See you on Thursday

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  2. …we usually say…
    …..if that was always true…
    SEE YOU
    CARMEN

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  3. I believe to think that love’s promises are true, at least, when you say “I’ll always love you”, you think that will be forever. Today I have a positive day!!! Cheer up!! The live is very beautiful to be sad all day.
    Listen this song:
    ¡¡Don’t worry!! ¡¡Be happy!! ¡¡Don’t worry, be happy now!!

    See you tomorrow.

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