Adverbs occupy different positions in a sentence.
1. At the beginning of a sentence before the subject
- Sometimes she gives me a lift to work.
- Fortunately we got home before it started to rain.
- Suddenly all the lights went out.
2. After the auxiliary verb and before the main verb
- The father was tragically killed in a road accident.
- We do occasionally go bird-watching.
- The rain has already stopped when we arrived.
3. After the auxiliary verb (be) that is used as the main verb
- She is always quick to point out other people's faults.
- As usual, they are very late.
- The boys were incredibly lucky to be alive after what happened.
4. Before the main verb if there is no auxiliary verb
- Their parents often go to the cinema.
- She reluctantly agreed to his proposals.
- Your fat uncle accidentally knocked my vase of fresh flowers over.
5. After the main verb if there is no auxiliary verb
- The sisters dressed beautifully for the occasion.
- The tourist looked carefully at the antique before she bought it.
- She spoke loudly to the crowd on women's issues.
6. At the end of a sentence
- He admitted punching and kicking the man repeatedly.
- Our old neighbour fell and hurt her leg badly.
- Hey, you have not pronounced my name correctly.