Hello again and thanks for your replies.
Sorry that I ask again something in this thread:
Does this also mean the green is right and the red is wrong:
He will be globally banned.
He will be banned globally.
He will globally been banned.
Banned is a verb and if the rules are the same as for "have/has been", then the green should be right.
I'm sorry, but I cannot understand anything.
Probably wrong thread
So you think "he is banned" would be the best way?(Of course only if the guy is still banned.)
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