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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Place of Adverbs in English Sentences - Sentence Structure

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Are you often wondering where to put words like 'usually', 'both', 'only', 'even' etc

in your sentence?

Confusion about where to put these adverbs can influence your fluency.

By learning the correct position of these adverbs you can boost your

written and spoken fluency and your confidence.

Hello and welcome everyone,

this is Minoo at Anglo-Link. As I said in my lesson on word order in

English statements. Every language has a special way of putting words together to

create a sentence. Once you have learned the basic sentence structure in English

the next step is to learn where to put your adverbs. Adverbs are words that give

more information about a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a phrase or

even a complete sentence. In this lesson we're going to focus on adverbs that

modify verbs, such as: already, currently, even, seldom, etc. This is the most

important and commonly used group of adverbs. By the end of the lesson you

will have developed a feeling for the correct place of these adverbs so you

can use them reflexively and naturally. At the end of the lesson I will also

tell you about my new self-study program that will assist you to reach your goal

to speak and write English fluently through a structured step-by-step methodology .

So when you're ready, let's begin this lesson on

the place of adverbs in an English sentence.

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