|RULE#1||ADVERB + ONE WORD VERB (adverb goes in mid position)||She usually watches TV in the evenings.
I really like my cat.
She simply did not have the time for it.
|RULE#2||ADVERB + MULTI-WORD VERB (adverb goes after first verb)||I can never do anything right.
John doesn't usually drink alcohol.
You have almost forgotten about it.
|RULE#3||ADVERB OF CERTAINTY (adverb goes before a negative auxiliary/modal)||He certainly won't win.
He will definitely not go to the party.
Carol probably doesn't know the answer.
|RULE#4||ADVERB (goes after IS, AM, ARE, WAS, WERE)||I'm always hungry.
Jim was usually very friendly.
They were both tired.
She is all excited.