Adverbs of frequency – always, sometimes, never – where do we put them in a sentence? Before the verb? After? Sam’s going to show us how to use adverbs of frequency in a sentence. Give us 60 seconds and we’ll give you the English!
Watch the video, then answer this:
Adverbs of frequency help us talk about how often something happens – sometimes, often, rarely – where do they go in a sentence? Choose the correct option:
a) Always she has been nice to me.
b) She has always been nice to me.
c) She always has been nice to me.
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