However, some adverbs of time can also be put in other positions to give a different emphasis.
When: afterwards, soon, today, yesterday, later, now, last year, Saturday, Sunday, next week
For how long: since, all hours, all day, not long, for a while, since last year, for three days, for a week, for several years, for two centuries
How often: regularly, usually, sometimes, frequently, occasionally, never, often, yearly
- Yesterday Susan went to meet all her college friends at an alumni party.
- I am definitely going to clean up my room tomorrow.
- Alice said she will finish her work by next week.
- I will complete the project soon.
"For how long" Adverbs:
- You can’t expect me to work all day!
- We lived in Italy for a year before coming here.
- Is it fine if Jenny plays with your toys for a while, Henry?
- I have been suffering from an allergic cough since last month.
"How often" Adverbs:
- Our neighbours subscribe to a weekly magazine.
- Mrs. Carlson visits his family living in the outskirts of the city once a month.
- She is often heard playing the piano in the wee hours of the morning.
- John usually gets up late in the morning.
- I eventually went to the shops.