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    A. $100 is a very good deal already

    B. $100 is already a very good deal.

    Which one is right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodstudent View Post
    A. $100 is a very good deal already.

    B. $100 is already a very good deal.

    Which one is right?
    What is the context?

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    The buyer replies with a very low offer. I am going to reply him A or B.

    Does it need context to make A or B correct?

    Maybe I will add something like "I am not keen to go below $100". after the A or B

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodstudent View Post
    The buyer replies with a very low offer. I am going to reply him A or B.

    Does it need context to make A or B correct?

    Maybe I will add something like "I am not keen to go below $100". after the A or B
    I'd use B.

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