Are there any rules on the positioning adverbs should take in a sentence?
My question concerns the adverb position in perfect tenses. For example look at these sentences:
Your settings have been successfully saved.
Your settings have been saved successfully.
In our English lessons at school we have learned that adverbs usually follow verbs. Is only one of the above sentences gramatically correct or is it rather a question of language style?
If you search for these phrases using Google, you will find out that both are frequently used. And again:
Both are frequently used.
Both are used frequently.
Both sentences sound correct.