1. I want you to be always happy.
2. I want you to always be happy.
3. I want you to visit often to your elders.
4. I want you to often visit to your elders.
5. I want you often to visit to your elders.
I think the sentences 1 and3 are OK, but I would like to ask if the rest of them grammatically OK or not.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Could you tell me why? I really don't understand it.We don't often visit our 'elders', either. In fact, I have never visited an 'elder' in my life.
Thanks for the answers. Are the sentences 1 and 2 OK?