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Adverbs of time and definite frequency tell us when something happens.
Examples are: today, yesterday, later, now, all day, not long, for a while, since, last year, sometimes, frequently, never, often, yearly etc.
Most of them go in end position.
Initial position is also common.
Finally, already, soon, and last can also go in mid position.
Still and just can only go in mid position.
Note that a mid position adverb is placed after the auxiliary verbs and before other verbs. When there are two auxiliary verbs, the adverb normally comes after the first.
|Category: Adjectives, Adverbs, Articles, Nouns, Contable & Uncountable, Determiners | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-03-03)|
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