E17 Borrowing things (workbook Ex3-5) #1876

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Feb 8, 2019 21:55 Diplomat_Zone_E
One of my student asked a question about the location of the word "usually.

There is conversation sentence below:

A: I was wondering if I could borrow your car?
B: I'm not sure I don't usually lend it out.

In B's line, usually is put between don't and lend. Can it be put at the end of the sentence like:

B': I'm not sure I don't lend it out usually.

Are the sentence B and B' different in the meanings?

Thank you in advance for your help. ^^
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