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When / How Often

Adverbs of Time and Frequency with tense(s) used

siempre always (Present or Imperfect)
nunca never (Present or Imperfect)
jamás never (Present or Imperfect)
*una vez one time / once (*Preterite)
*dos veces two times / twice (*Preterite)
de vez en cuando once in a while / occasionally (Present or Imperfect)
a veces sometimes (Present or Imperfect)
frecuentemente frequently (Present or Imperfect)
a menudo often (Present or Imperfect)
rara vez rarely (Present or Imperfect)
casi nunca almost never (Present or Imperfect)
todos los días every day (Present or Imperfect)
cada dos días every other day (Present or Imperfect)
todas las semanas every week (Present or Imperfect)
todos los meses every month (Present or Imperfect)
todos los años every year (Present or Imperfect)
usualmente usually (Present or Imperfect)
diario daily (Present or Imperfect)
normalmente normally (Present or Imperfect)
casi siempre almost always (Present or Imperfect)
para siempre forever (*Present or Future)
*hoy today (*Preterite)
*mañana tomorrow (*Present or Future)
*ayer yesterday (*Preterite)
*la semana pasada last week (*Preterite)
*el mes pasado last month (*probably Preterite)
*el año pasado last year (*probably Preterite)
*esta noche tonight (*Present or Future)
*anoche last night (*Preterite)
*mañana por la noche tomorrow night (*Present or Future)
*hace dos días, hace dos años, hace seis meses two days ago, two years ago, six months ago (*Preterite or Imperfect, depends)
*mañana por la mañana tomorrow morning (*Present or Future)
*mañana por la tarde tomorrow afternoon (*Present or Future)
*pronto soon (*Present or Future)
Created by: willadsenj
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