The "g" in morgon isn't usually pronounced, correct?
A tip Iäve found helpful to keep from mixing up alltid and aldrig is that alltid /always/ has two L's, and aldrig /never/ does.
Would it be wrong to answer ''We are always reading the newspaper in the morning''?
That's fine, but less idiomatic English.
The adverb comes after the main verb, is that because of the V2 rule?
Not really. That's just generally how adverbs behave. Exceptions apply.
I see. Tricky language in some areas, but cool language to learn. Tack.
Could " Som alltid" be used for "As always" or " Like always" ? Or is it completely wrong?
It's rather odd, I answered the same thing for the same question, but it marked me as being wrong.