Unit 35: NEVER ON A SUNDAY.
Vicar: Ah, good evening, Mr. Benson. I never see you in church nowadays.
Benson: Oh! No, Vicar… but my wife always goes to church… she goes every Sunday.
Vicar: I know… but you never come.
Benson: Well, I sometimes come, Vicar. I come on Christmas Day and at Easter.
Vicar: Hmm… But what about Sundays, Mr. Benson?
Benson: I usually wash my car on Sunday morning.
Vicar: I see. Why don’t you wash your car on Saturday next week, Mr. Benson?
Benson: Oh… I can’t do that, Vicar.
Vicar: Why not?
Benson: It’s my son’s wedding next Saturday… I’m going to church!
ADVERB of FREQUENCY
Adverb of Frequency
I always go to church on Sunday.
I’m always happy at weekends.
A: How often does he play football?
B: He sometimes play football.
Hoặc: He plays football every weekends.
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