Unit 66: POSITION OF ADVERBS Some adverbs can go at the beginning of the sentence: (Sometimeswe go swimming) and in the middle (We sometimesgo swimming) and at the end (We go swimming sometimes). But many adverbs cannot go in all of these positions. 1 If an adverb describes an adjective or another adverb, it goes before it: nearly correct alwayslate verycarefully BUT the adverb enough (Unit 67) goes after it: correct enough early enough carefully enough2 The adverbs early, late, a little, a lot, well and yetgo at the end of the basic sentence (Unit 7): We arrived early. I like cheese a lot. NOT like a lot cheese 3 If the basic sentence is subject and verb only (Unit 62), adverbs showing how (Unit 80) go at the end: He works
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