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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4567: The adverb in the right place
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    The adverb in the right place


     

    • Word Order in English Sentences

    • Adverbs of frequency are put directly before the main verb. If 'be' is the main verb and there is no auxiliary verb, adverbs of frequency are put behind 'be'.

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      The following list shows the most common adverbs of frequency, with the one that refers to things that happen most often at the top, and least often at the bottom:

      • Always
      • Usually
      • Frequently
      • Often
      • Sometimes
      • Occasionally
      • Rarely
      • Seldom
      • Hardly ever
      • Never

    I  often go skiing in February. 
    He doesn't always win. 
    We  are rarely at home at the weekend. 
    We have never done such a thing. 

    •  Test : Can you put the adverbs in the right place ?




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    1. You are ready to help when I need you. (usually) .

    2. Her sister practises her piano in the morning. (always)
    .

    3. My parents book their holiday in January. (usually) .

    4. He thinks that we have got enough time. (probably) .

    5. They are going to study biology. (probably) .

    6. You should think twice when you give advice. (always)
    .

    7. I will be able to see you after school. (probably) .

    8. Does he read a magazine each week ? (usually) ?

    9. She has cooked a meal for twenty people. (never) .

    10. Your friend will be angry. (certainly) .

    11. Something must be done. (definitely) .

    12. My father is bad-tempered. (occasionally) .









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