21 Dec 2018

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The Position of the Adverb in a Sentence:

3. Between the auxiliary and the principal verb. When the verb consists of an auxiliary verb, the frequency adverb goes after it.

He has always done justice to all.
I have often thought of starting a business.
I have never forgotten those unfortunate events.
I have sometimes managed to hoodwink others.
We could hardly ever appreciate his conduct.
We shall never seek such favors.
They will always regret having done this.
They will usually take such big risks.


1. Some frequency adverbs (e.g. usually, normally, often, frequently, sometimes and occasionally) can also go in the beginning or end of a sentence. For example:

He writes often.
We visit them frequently.
Sometimes I am late for office.

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