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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3528: Adverbs of frequency
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    Adverbs of frequency

    Main adverbs of frequency:
    nearly (almost) always++++++++
    usually, normally+++++++
    very often, frequently++++++
    hardly ever++
    rarely, seldom+

     Where should I put it? 

    - before a "simple" verb:

    example: I always have coffee for breakfast.

    - after
    example: She is usually late. 

    - After the modal / the auxiliary:

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

    Build these sentences with the adverb in the correct place (never at the beginning, it would be too easy!).

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