21 Dec 2018

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The Position of the Adverb in a Sentence:

1. An adverb of frequency goes before a principal verb (except with To Be).

Do you often go to the cinema?
I sometimes watch Chinese films.
She never eats vegetables.
I always read comic books.
They rarely watch music channels.

2. An adverb of frequency goes after the verb To Be.

I am always worried about my study result.
She is usually very happy.
I have never done anything bad.
She is always cooking spaghetti.
You are seldom anxious about my health.

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