01. Xavier is a [frequent] visitor to the country, and knows all the best places to visit.
02. Deaths due to drunk driving have decreased somewhat in [frequency] due to an aggressive public-awareness campaign.
03. Petra is [frequently] absent from school due to poor health.
04. The politician is said to [frequent] known hang-outs of Mafia figures.
05. Hannah and Joseph [frequently] fight after they've had something to drink.
06. There is a Japanese proverb which states that he who admits to his ignorance shows it once only, whereas he who tries to hide it shows it [frequently].
07. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that the ornament of a house is the friends who [frequent] it.
08. Marcelene Cox once suggested that a vacation [frequently] means that the family goes away for a rest, accompanied by mother, who sees that the others get it.
09. Nietzsche once said that women make the highs higher and the lows more [frequent].
10. Certain animals can produce sounds at [frequencies] which the human ear cannot hear.
11. Averil Coxhead has noted that there are around 2,000 word families which make up the most [frequent] words in English.
12. It has been proven that [frequent] laughter helps control pain, lower blood pressure, and relieve stress.
13. The actual land area of Singapore does not remain constant because landfill is [frequently] added when more space is needed for development.
14. We go to that nightclub fairly [frequently], so the people that work there know us now.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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