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  • Never I go there.

    36 3.97%
  • I never go there.

    840 92.72%
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    30 3.31%
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    Default Re: Position of adverbs

    I am so happy to find such a nice forum that I am sure that it will make my English language better

    Thanks a lot for that ..i have answered it right

    I don't remember the rule though i studied it months later lol

    but i realized from the sound lol

    Thanks a lot

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    Default Re: Position of adverbs

    What is adverb itself, and what are the adverb words?

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    excuse my ignorance but which of these sentences are correct?

    1. He viciously tore up my homework.
    2. He tore up my homework viciously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by direstraits View Post
    Excuse my ignorance, but which of these sentences is correct?

    1. He viciously tore up my homework.
    2. He tore up my homework viciously.
    The first sentence makes sense. It describes the person's attitude.


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    Talking Re: Position of adverbs

    frequency Adv. go before main verb

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    Default Re: Position of adverbs

    Quote Originally Posted by dogg View Post
    dear teachers, can u help me on the verb's infinitive and gerund?
    is there a easy way to decide when to use infinitive or gerund?
    Either usually works (or is that works usually? )

    - I like to help people (infiinitive)
    - I like helping people (gerund)

    There may be a tiny difference but hardly worth noting. It may be that the first one may put the empasis on "people" (It's people you like to help) whereas the second may suggest you are just a helpful person (It's the helping you like). But that is so hard to distinguish in writing, it's perhaps not worth the concern.

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    Default Re: Position of adverbs

    depends which adverb we are talking about-
    adverbs of time such as monday or July etc...
    we can position either in the beginn.or end.
    On Monday I went to see cinema.
    I went to the cinema on Monday.

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    Default Re: Position of adverbs

    I think "I never go there" is the correct answer, only the adverb could be after the verb "to be"

    But I don't know if it's correct the sentence "Never I went there"

    thank you

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