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order of adverbs

Terms

undefined, object
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In general.
a.S + V + adverb
-He works here.

b.S + V + Obj + adverb or adverbial phrase
-He wants to eat soon.
-We see them from time to time.




can come before a single-word verb or main verb.
a.S + adverb + V
-He promptly left the room

b.S + au + adverb + main verb
-He was quickly escorted from the door.





common adverbs of frequency
-He is never on time.
-I often see her.
-I had frequently noticed her.

always
usually
sometimes
seldom
rarely
frequently
occasionally
ever
never











still
-She is still waiting for you.
-He still has not answered my questions.


In general, place and then time
a.S + V + place + time
-He went to Europe last summer.
frequency adverbs
always
constantly
habitually
chiefly
predominantly
typically
continuously
usually
normally
mostly
generally
commonly
largely
regularly
often
frequently
repeatedly
sometimes
occasionally
sporadically
intermittently
spasmodically
rarely
infrequently
seldom
never
























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