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  • this is every day.

  • Grammar.

  • I'm Cobb and I'm Rossiya.

  • You know, I'm always trying to find new ways to introduce or topic, but you just did what you said.

  • Always, we're going to talk about the adverb always.

  • Therefore, you already introduced the topic.

  • You always seem to know everything.

  • Adverbs are words that changed the meaning of a verb, adjective or sentence.

  • They are often used to show time, place or a way of doing something adverbs air, often movable in a sentence.

  • But that's not true of the adverb.

  • Always, you will not often hear always at the beginning or end of seconds.

  • Instead, it generally appears in the middle of a sentence.

  • I always eat ice cream.

  • They always go to the movies on Fridays, when always is before the verb it is modifying, it means habitually.

  • But if a speaker emphasizes, always, as in, I always eat ice cream, then they're showing annoyance.

  • Can you tell if someone is expressing habit or annoyance from how they talk?

  • Let's listen carefully.

  • He always cleans his car.

  • On Sunday, he always cleans his car.

  • On Sunday, my boss always asks me about my work.

this is every day.

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Everyday Grammar: Always

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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