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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #95331: Adverbs of frequency
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    Adverbs of frequency


    Adverb of frequency                           

    -It is placed before the simple verb

    e.g.: I always have coffee for breakfast.

     -It is placed after BE

    e.g.: She is usually late.

    -If there is a modal verb or an auxiliary in the sentence, it is placed between the auxiliary or modal and the verb.

    e.g. (modal): I can never understand what she says. 
    e.g. (auxiliary): I have always done my work properly!

    A few adverbs of frequency :

    always, sometimes, frequently,usually, occasionally, seldom, rarely, never,hardly ever ...


    Exercise: Enter the sentences and choose the right place for the adverb.

                                                

     

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