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    dihen is offline Member
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    "at home" and adverbs of frequency?

    Is it correct to say "He stays at home rarely" or "He doesn't stay at home very often"?

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    reader_eng is offline Newbie
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    Re: "at home" and adverbs of frequency?

    In my opinion " He rarely stay at home " would sound better.


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    Re: "at home" and adverbs of frequency?

    As a Britsh English speaker, I would prefer He's rarely at home. It sounds more natural to me

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