Are "Nós estamos em junho já" or "Já nos estamos em junho" also correct?
What is the general rule for adverb placement in Portuguese?
Now that you asked....I'm cofused...This rule doesn't apply to all adverbs, but to "já", which seems to behave a little different from the others.
In statements, when it means "already", it comes immediately before the verb.
Eu já cheguei (I've arleady arrived). / Nós já estamos em junho (We are already in june). / Ele já ganhou a luta (he has already won the fight).
When it's imperative, meaning "now", it comes after: Venha já! (Come now).
In other cases, there's more freedom.
Já vou / Vou já (I'll go in a little).
"Já estou indo (another already case, I'm already coming)" is different from "Estou indo já (I'm going soon / I'm going in a little / I'm going now)".
I don't usually complain about the audio, but in this case the male voice (normal speed) definately says juinho . The female voice (single word pronunciation) says junho.
A native English speaker would not typically use "We are" in conjunction with a month like this, at least not in the US. We would say, It's already June.
It seems okay in general, but that's not what the English sentence is saying.