How frequent or how frequently

How frequent or how frequently

English grammar – how often? – always, usually, often

Yeah, those are perfectly appropriate grammatically. However, instead of ‘usually,’ I assume ‘sometimes’ will be used. ‘Usually’ is used to describe something that is different from the standard (e.g., ‘I normally go to the movies on weekends, but this week I’m going on Thursday’) rather than simply to say ‘frequently.’
Adverbs of frequency are probably more common in responses to questions that begin with ‘how many,’ but they can also be used in responses to questions that begin with ‘when.’ ‘When do you go to the supermarket? — I usually go on Tuesdays,’ for example.
Your sentences are both right and convey the same general concept. The concepts of ‘always saw’ and ‘used to see’ are both a little hazy, but in most cases they mean the same thing.

How often and when should you train handstands

When describing anything that is performed often and at regular intervals, use the word frequent. If your family enjoys reading, you can find yourself at the library on a regular basis. You and your family may even have regular disagreements over who gets to read a book first.
The adjective form of frequent often refers to something that happens on a daily basis. Rain showers can be regular if you live on the windward side of Oahu, Hawaii. Frequent as a verb means to visit or patronize on a daily basis. The trails of the National Parks can be frequented. Locally owned companies can be more appealing to you.

Frequent meaning

I’m trying to come up with a distinction, but I’m having trouble. This is surprising because I don’t believe two English phrases have exactly the same meaning. Even if the words are almost identical, there is typically a distinction. If I can think of an example where one will be used instead of the other, I’ll return to this thread.
I’d say “frequently” is marginally higher-register: “sometimes” is possibly used more often in daily speech than “frequently,” and “how often?” as opposed to “how frequently?”

Какая разница между often и frequently? “простой

The urge to pee often seems to hit at the worst possible time, forcing you to go to the toilet when you’d rather be doing something else. This happens to all women from time to time. However, if this happens often, it can seem that your bladder is controlling you rather than the other way around.
Every woman has her own routine, but peeing 6–8 times every 24 hours is considered natural. You can have excessive urination if you do more than that, such as peeing a lot at night (more than once).
Although frequent urination and incontinence are often confused, frequent urination is not the same as incontinence, which is involuntary urination that can lead to leakage. However, excessive urination can be equally uncomfortable in your everyday life. Constant trips to the bathroom, in addition to disrupting your routines and activities, can be distressing, particularly if you’re not sure what’s causing it.
Frequent urination may be the only symptom, or it could be accompanied by other signs and symptoms. Regardless, figuring out why you need to pee so often is the first step toward relief. Personalized care will also help you avoid excessive urination and get back to living your life on your own terms.

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