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Adverbs of indefinite frequency
Adverbs of indefinite frequency tell us how often something happens.
Adverbs of indefinite frequency go in mid position. They are normally placed after the auxiliary verbs and before other verbs. When there are two auxiliary verbs, the adverb goes after the first.
Points to be noted
1. Usually, normally, often, frequently, sometimes and occasionally can also go at the beginning or end of a clause.
2. Always, ever, rarely, seldom and never can go only in mid position.
However, always and never can begin imperative clauses.
Sections in this articleIntroduction To Adverbs
Formation of Adverbs
Adjectives or Adverbs - Confusing Cases
Adverbs of Certainty
Adverbs of Degree
Adverbs of Indefinite Frequency
Adverbs of Manner
Adverbs of Place
Adverbs of Time and Definite Frequency
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