That is correct. Adverbs of frequency usually precede the main verb.Originally Posted by Mon
This one uses a progressive verb structure for a habitual action, which is not usually done.2. I'm often eating beef.
I often eat beef.
The verb in the because clause should be a stative verb, not an action verb. It is her anticipated state at the time that precludes her attendence -- "because I will be on holiday".3. I can't attend the party because I will go on holiday.
This is very common usage, but it is still considered incorrect by some. This sentence doesn't actually tell us where the assignment is. It tells us where the speaker was when he/she forgot about the assignment. This should be "left my assignment at work".4. I'm afraid I forgot my assignment at work.
We don't use the present perfect for actions that were completed at a specific time. "I went to the library on Monday" or "I was at/in the library on Monday".5. I've been to the library on Monday.