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Is the word "always" in the right place?

1) The internal processes must be always prioritised OR The internal processes must always be prioritised.

2) The manager advised that inspectors must keep the internal audit always updated.

Thanks,
Ritinha
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I would say:

1) The internal processes must always be prioritised.

2) The manager advised that inspectors must always keep the internal audit updated.

(Your original #2 is grammatically correct, but sounds a little stiff.)

MrP
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If the verb phrase begins with a modal or auxiliary verb, "always" normally occurs right after it.

I am always running into things!
You must always check twice.
They will always be there to help.
We could always try something else.
They have always been very kind to us.

If the verb phrase begins with the main verb --

If the main verb is a form of "to be", "always" normally occurs right after it.

He is always late.
They were always ready to help.

If the main verb is not a form of "to be", "always" normally occurs right before it.

I always try to do my best.
We always arrive late.
She always liked to swim.

(The same applies to "never", by the way.)

CJ
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Thanks again MrPedantic.

You are a starEmotion: smile

Ritinha
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Great help. Thanks CaliJim.

Ritinha