We use frequency adverbs to talk about how often we do something.We usually use the frequency adverbs with the simple present tense.
The frequency adverbs in English are always, usually, normally or generally,often,sometimes,seldom,rarely,never.
We use the adverb always when we do something all the time and we use the adverb never for the things we don't do at all.
Let's have a look at the chart below to see when we use the frequency adverbs.
Usually, we put the frequency adverb before the verb:
However, we use frequency adverbs after the verb 'be'
We can use the frequency adverbs, usually, normally and generally at the beginning of the sentence:
We use never only in positive sentences:
I never play computer games. ✔
I don’t never play computer games. ✗