ESL Game - adverbs of frequency

Adverbs Of Frequency Game

This Adverbs Of Frequency Game is great for teaching expressions such as ‘How often do you exercise?‘. In this game, students will be asked questions about how often they do a particular activity. Then, they roll the dice to make a silly answer. It’s a lot of fun! All you need is a dice. This activity is absolutely FREE. Simply show this video in class from this page or from our YouTube Channel

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Adverbs Of Frequency Game

To play this game, simply play the video in class. This activity can be played as a whole class activity or students can play in pairs. 


Prepare one dice and ask one student to come to the front. Then ask the other students to ask the question. For example, ‘How often do you eat ice cream?’. Then the student at the front of the class rolls the dice and answers the question using the corresponding answers on the screen. For example, ‘I eat ice cream five times a day.’


Give each pair of students a dice. Students take turns asking/answering the question. The student answering the question rolls the dice to make a silly answer. REMEMBER TO PAUSE THE VIDEO when you see the pause sign to give students time to answer.