There are two types of frequency adverbs: defined and undefined.
Defined adverbs e.g. weekly, on Saturdays, daily etc
The positioning of defined adverbs is relatively easy. The adverb is usually placed at the end of the sentence:
Undefined adverbs e.g. always, usually, often, never, from time to time etc
The positioning of undefined adverbs varies significantly depending on the emphasis of the sentence and the verb structure.
There are some exceptions to these rules when forming questions, short replies and using the verbs 'have to' and 'used to'.
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