Here’s an example of an adverb after a modal verb + academic collocation:
A2 point 30 in the category of ADVERBS:
MID POSITION between the subject and the main verb and after modal verbs, auxiliary verbs and ‘be’.
General points such as these do not specify that there are many other similar points that will either clash at other levels or overlap. For example:
- A2 adverbs of frequency.
- A2 adverbs for hedging emphasis
- B1 ‘can’ + ‘also’, ‘always’, ‘even’, ‘just’, ‘only’, ‘really’, ‘still’
For this reason, we will not list all the possible forms from expert corpora. Instead, list more examples from students that do not overlap:
PELIC STUDENT EXAMPLES:
Arabic male level 3 writing class.
Korean male level 3 writing.
*surprisingly, this grammar ‘range’ is only a2 although the vocabulary is ‘B2.’