I don't understand why I am told that it should be "Alberto llora MUY a menudo".
Everything; the lesson included; tells me it should be "mucho".
In the lesson there is a note saying that to express "very" (muy) it must go with an adjective or an adverb. In this case, "a menudo" is an adverb meaning "often". It works the same way it does in English: "Alberto llora muy a menudo" (not "mucho a menudo"); Alberto cries very often (not "a lot often")
I hope this clarified it for you.
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