Practise using adverbs of time at Level A2 with this exercise.
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A2 adverbs of time
Complete the email below by selecting the correct adverb for each gap. Use each adverb only once.
Tomorrow – Already – Since last month – Monthly – Yet – Next – Daily
Sorry I haven’t been in touch 1. , how are you?
I’ve been very busy at work and have started a new intensive fitness programme which involves 2. exercise classes, so I’ve not had much time for emailing friends.
I am going away on business 3. for three days. It’s my 4. trip to Head Office for training. The office has 5. booked my flights and accommodation. I just need to get to the airport
Well, I haven’t packed for my trip 6. so I’d better go and do that now.
We’ll catch up properly the 7. time we meet.