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    Question Adverb

    Hello teachers
    Can we use the adverb always with S. past?
    example: I always got up at 7 o clock.
    and can we use the phrase "all the days" instead of always in this sentence.
    "All the days I do my homework."
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Adverb

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Hello teachers
    Can we use the adverb always with S. past?
    example: I always got up at 7 o clock.
    and can we use the phrase "all the days" instead of always in this sentence.
    "All the days I do my homework."
    Thanks


    I always got up at 7 o'clock. - prefectly fine.

    The second sentence is not correct. I would say:

    I do my homework every day.

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