How to use always and still correctly.
|We use always to say that something happens all the time.||I always go swimming on Monday evenings.
She has always wanted to visit Finland.
|We can use always to describe a repeated action that annoys annoying us.||He is always forgetting things.
He's always complaining.
|We use always to say that something will never end.||I'll always remember the first time I met her.|
|Always is usually before the main verb,
after an auxiliary or modal verb,
or after the verb be.
|I always go . . .
I can always . . .
He is always . . .
|Still means 'continuing later than expected.'
It expresses that something started in the past and is the same now.
|She still lives with her parents.
Why are you still talking about it?
They still haven't mended my car.
(= They haven't mended my car yet.)
|Still usually comes before the main verb.
Still usually comes after the verb be and modal verbs like can.
|I still love her.
He is still here. He can still run 100 metres in under 15 seconds.