When the definite article, the, is combined with an adjective describing a class or group of people, the resulting phrase can act as a noun:

When an adjective owes its origins to a proper noun, it should probably be capitalized.

We often use the present simple with adverbs of frequency.

The opposite or the negative aspect of an adjective can be formed in a number of ways.

Form:   verb to be (was/were) + verb + gerund (-ing)

Expressions of frequency usually go at the end of a sentence.