Rewrite the sentences to include the word in brackets.
I can help you, (probably) I ***.
can probably help you
Ann doesn’t drink tea. — (often) Ann doesn’t often drink tea.
We were on holiday. — (all) We were all on holiday.
We were staying at the same hotel. — (all) We were all staying at the same hotel.
We enjoyed ourselves. — (all) We all enjoyed ourselves.
Catherine is very generous. — (always) Catherine is always very generous.
I don’t have to work on Saturdays. — (usually) I don’t usually have to work on saturdays.
Do you watch television in the evenings? — (always) Do you always watch television in the evenings.
Martin is learning French. He is learning Italian. — (also) He is also learning Italian.
That hotel is very expensive.- (probably) That hotel is probably very expensive.
It costs a lot to stay there. — (probably) It probably costs a lot to stay there.
I can help you. — (probably) I can probably help you.
I can’t help you. — (probably) I probably can’t help you.