1. Used after a verb to mean that the action continued or continues to happen correctly and appropriately without any problems for a following or subsequent period of time.
2. Used before (or after) a verb to mean that the action happens often or again and again with the same length of time between each occurrence. English = regularly.
3. Used immediately next to a verb sign to mean that action happens most of the time. English = usually.
4. Used immediately before a sign for any period of time, which as a pair then start or end a sentence or are placed next to a verb, to mean the action happens at all of the periods of time named. English = every (day, week, year, etc.).