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adverbs as (sometimes, seldom, usually) we can put into the beginning, end, between pronoun and verb

but the adverb 'always' sounds good only between pronoun and verb, in other cases, it sounds weird (Always, I do it in the morning AND I do it in the morning always)

Usually/sometimes/seldom, I do it in the morning

I do it in the morning usually/sometimes/seldom

I ALWAYS/usually/sometimes/seldom do it in the morning

question:

Is it right, in terms of grammar, to put the adverb 'always' in the beginning and at the end of sentence (Always, I do it in the morning AND I do it in the morning always) although it sounds weird?

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Whether always comes at the beginning or the end will depend on context.

If you are asked

Q: When do you do it?
A: I always do it in the morning.
A: I do it in the morning, always.

whereas

Q: Do you always do it in the morning?
A: Always, I do it in the morning.
A: I do it in the morning, always.

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