"Increasingly recognised" vs "recognised increasingly"?

Question:Whenever i use the term "increasingly recognised", I get corrected into "recognised increasingly". Can anyone please explain, if there is a difference between these two terms?

Answers:
i would say you are right because it is an adverb of frequency. frequency adverbs go before the verb.

but whoever is saying you are wrong, is probably noting it as a circumstantial adverb relating to time, in which case, it goes after the verb.
I suppose it depens what context it's used in, though, i'd actually agree with you "incresingly recognised" sounds more more correct.

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