I’m an English teacher of young learners.
I ‘ve got a question about a sentence from an online present simple exercise:
Here is the example:
(she / dance often)?
That's the correct answer given by the author of the exercise:
[ Does she dance often? ] I thougth the proper word order is [ Does she often dance?}
My question is: Is it a problem if OFTEN is at the end of the sentence? Is it too wierd about grammar exercises for students of A2 level or it's OK?
I've found here the following piece of information, which mainly answers my question but I will be happy if someone else shares their opinion. P.S. Is it ok if I use "their" instead of "his/ her" in my previous sentence? (I've noticed recently unisex words are very trendy, although not a big fan of that trend.) Which one sounds better "their" or "his/ her"? What about /answerS/ and /shareS/ is the S-form of the third person of the proper usage here?
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)