Frequency: Often, everyday, and all the time in French! (PART 1)
Frequency: Often, everyday, and all the time in French! (PART 1)! These expressions are used for frequency. They’re used to give information on how many times a recurring event happens.
These expressions are used for frequency. They’re used to give information on how many times a recurring event happens.
They’re usually placed after the verb in a sentence.
Souvent = often
Je voyage souvent. = I travel often.
Tom regarde souvent la télé. = Tom often watches TV.
On ne va pas souvent au restaurant. = We don’t often go to restaurants.
Il vient souvent me voir. = He often comes to see me.
#2 TOUS LES JOURS
Everyday = Tous les jours
To express frequency starting with ‘every’ in French, such as for example everyday, every year or every weekends, you have to apply the following structure:
Tous les + masculine nouns in plural
Toutes les + feminine nouns in plural
Tous les matins, je me lève à sept heures. = Every morning, I get up at seven.
Tous les jours, j’ai cours jusqu’à seize heures. = Every day, I have school until four.
Elle rend visite à ses parents tous les weekends. = She visits her parents every weekend.
Toutes les semaines, il fait six heures de sport. Every week, he does six hours of sport. Every week, he exercises for six hours.
#3 TOUT LE TEMPS
Tout le temps = All the time/always
Il raconte des histoires tout le temps = He tells stories all the time/He’s always telling stories.
J’aime lire. J’ai tout le temps un livre à la main = I love to read. I always have a book in my hand.
Tu arrives tout le temps en retard ! = You’re always late! You’re late all the time!
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