Intermediate Season 1, Lesson 2: How Often and How Much Time?

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Hey everyone,

In today’s lesson we will learn two useful expressions- “How Often?” and “How Much Time?”.

After watching the lesson, you can see all the expressions and many more below.

Jon

Part 1

How often do you __________?

go to the bank
go to the dentist
brush your teeth
go to hospital
watch the Olympics
play badminton/tennis/basketball/football
play computer games
talk to your friends
email your friends
eat pizza
go shopping
watch a movie 

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Answers:

All the time
Every year/month/week/day/hour
Once/twice/three times/four times          a year/month/week/day/hour
Maybe once/twice/three times/four times       a year/month/week/day/hour
About once/twice/three times/four times        a year/month/week/day/hour 

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Regularly
Often
Sometimes
Hardly ever
Never 

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As often as I can
Whenever I need to
As rarely as I can 

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Part 2

How much time do you spend ___________?

watching tv
listening to music?
exercising
studying English
sleeping
playing computer games
eating
at school
with your parents
with your friends
shopping
doing a part-time job
watching movies 

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Answers:

One hour a day
Two hours a day
One hour a week
Three hours a week
Eight hours a month 

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Too much!
Lots
Not much
Not enough
Almost none
None 

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Bye for now!

Jon

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