- 2 Post By Raymott
1- But it would be wrong simply to have a list.
2- But it would be simply wrong to have a list.
3- She went back to London happily.
4- She happily went back to London .
5- She went back happily to London .
I have some problem about the position of adverbs of manner. In my humble opinion, sentences 2, 3, 4 are OK, but I don't have any idea about the rest. Could you please check the rest?
Re: manner adverbs.
They are all right, but they mean different things. Where you place the adverb affects which part of the sentence you are qualifying.
Originally Posted by aysaa
The above is how I would interpret these sentences if there was no other context.
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