English Adverbs of frequency:
These adverbs indicate how often the act is done (often, weekly, once, …). Just like the Adverbs of Manner, these too can be represented in 3 different places.
The 3 representations of the English adverbs of the frequency:
At the beginning of the sentence:
If you want to create a time frame, the adverb will be at the beginning of the sentence. As usual, the adverb is separated with a comma.
Usually, the teacher teach us.
Before the main verb or after the first auxiliary verb:
If they are indefinite frequencies (often, …).
Once the main verb is to be, the adverb will be behind it.
At the end of the sentence:
Here is a certain frequency of the adverb: (once, weekly, monthly, …).
In contrast to other adverbs, once they are at the end of the sentence, place before time, or place adverbs first and finally time adverbs.