More usual would be:1.Is this correct?
Are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey at home usually in the evening?
- Are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey usually at home in the evening?
- Are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey usually at home evenings?
I'll leave that one for JWSChang, Caseopia or Tdol. :wink:What is the rule for word order of frequency adverbs when asking a question with the verb "to be"?
Both of them are correct. :wink:2.Which of these is correct?
We have never been to the Museum of Modern Art.
We never have been to the Museum of Modern Art.
That is perfectly fine. :D3. Is this correct?
They have always tried to follow his instructions carefully.
There may already have been discussions here on those issues previously. I'll see what I can find.4.What are the rules for using expressions of time like: by vs. in, by vs. until, by vs. for, until vs. for, until vs. in, for vs. in. How does one know what to use when?
5.What are some rules for using expressions of place (in, at, on, to, by, of)
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