There is a standard set of adverbs (words that modify verbs) that describe how often something happens, from not at all (never) to all the time (always). Let's see some examples from Yabla English.
I've never done that in my life.
Caption 70, George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four - BBC TV MoviePlay Caption
I very rarely have a day off.
Caption 11, Ask Jimmy Carter - Another Interview with Sharon StonePlay Caption
Do you have someone who can ... take the air out of your tires occasionally?
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...I sometimes will write it on a piano.
Caption 27, Bee and Flower - InterviewPlay Caption
Whales feed at depth in waters that are often pitch dark.
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I usually leave it to simmer a little bit.
Caption 85, Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives - Pam's Trinidadian Caribbean KitchenPlay Caption
It is always held in Leicester Square.
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The adverbs are written in bold above in increasing order of frequency: never, rarely, occasionally, sometimes, often, usually, always.
Search for examples of frequency adverbs on Yabla English to see them used in a real-world context.