Stephen Wade Thomson
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http://www.manythings.org/audio/sentences/ - for some more examples and audio

IMPORTANT ADVERBS TO KNOW

still - what is a childhood behavior that you still do as an adult?
ever - Have you ever been to Australia?
even - Would you go running in the park even if it rains?
never - Who would you never tell a lie to?
always - Why do you always
often - Where do you often eat?
sometimes
usually
eventually
actually
once
twice
just
now
almost
already
once
probably
finally
nearly
simply
certainly
quickly
recently
usually
particularly
clearly
suddenly
frequently
immediately

WITH EXAMPLES

still - We broke up, but I still love her. The mail still hasn’t come.
ever - Have you ever been to Paris? Will you ever forgive me?
even - Why do you want to buy a tent? You don’t even like camping!
never - I hope I never lose my wallet. He never returned to his parents’ house.
always - The customer is always right. Always wear your seat-belt.
often - How often do you shave? I often dream about storms.
sometimes - Sometimes I drink black coffee.
usually - I don’t usually walk to work, but this morning the weather was too nice not to!
eventually - Keep trying. Eventually you’ll get it.
actually - I said I liked rooibos tea, but I don’t actually know what rooibos is.
once - Once upon a time… / Once I finish the dishes, we can start a movie / I once had a cat named Thomas.
twice - I’ve seen the show twice. It is in fact more interesting the second time around.
just - I have just a couple minutes to talk. Can we just forget about it?
now - What are you doing now? She’s now taking karate classes.
almost - I’m almost ready to go, are you? Watch out! You almost ran over that old lady.
already - Have you eaten already?
probably
finally
nearly
simply
certainly
quickly
recently
usually
particularly
clearly
suddenly
frequently
immediately