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Section 11.5.3

Time Adverbs

Time adverbs express how frequently the state oraction described in the sentence takes place, or how closely to the present timethe action was completed. Time adverbs typically are placed after the first auxiliary verb.Some common time adverbs include: already, always, ever, finally,frequently, just, never, occasionally, often, rarely, seldom, sometimes, andusually.

By the year 2000, computers will already have been inuse for over 50 years.

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