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1. He is often late for school.
2. He isn't often late for school.
3. He often isn't late for school.

(What about the position of the frequency adverb? Are both #2 and #3 grammatical?)

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    All three are grammatically correct, but #3 is not used commonly. #2 has the more common placement of the adverb.

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