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Which one is the grammatically correct way to say - "shall always be" or "shall be always"?

Example - My promise ["shall always be"/"shall be always"] subject to three conditions.

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Always and other adverbs of indefinite time (ever, never, usually, seldom etc.) are usually placed after a defective/modal auxiliary in affirmative clauses:
I shall always regret that.
I would never have believed him.

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Should it be' "...shall always be." or "...shall be always.", to end a particular sentence?

blue101Should it be' "...shall always be." or "...shall be always.", to end a particular sentence?

Where is your particular sentence?