Anna
What's difference between "always" and "often"? Thakns for your time!Thanks for your time!
Jun 18, 2010 11:29 AM
Answers · 5
Hi,Ann! I think OFTEN-it is frequently; many times.For example: I often see him in the garden. How often do you wash your hair? And always-every time, all the time or FOREVER.For example: It's always cold in this room. I've always liked him. I'll always remember you.
June 18, 2010
ALWAYS=1. at all times: used to indicate that something happens or is done continuously, repetitively, or on every occasion She's always very polite. 2. through all past or future time: throughout all past time or all future time, or for as long as anyone can remember and as long as anyone can foresee I will always love you. 3. if necessary: if necessary, or if there is no other or no better option I could always stay an extra day if you need help. and OFTEN=frequently: at short intervals or repeatedly
June 21, 2010
always = 总是 often = 常常 "Often" is rarely used. We usually use "usually". 哈哈
June 20, 2010
often = frequently = many times = a lot 'They often go fishing.' 'She often has visitors.' always = at all times; regularly 'They always go fishing (= it's a habit).' I'll always remember that day.'
June 18, 2010
There's a big difference. Use "always" if you want to tell about something that happens every time with no exception. "The Sun always shines". "Often" describes something happens many times for short period of time. "I eat at McDonalds often. I get there every day!"
June 18, 2010
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