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    #1

    Did you do well on the English test on Monday?

    Did you do well on the English test on Monday?


    Did you do well on the English test on Monday?


    Did you do well on the English test on Monday?


    I think whether "on Monday" modifies "the English test" or "do", there is no meaning difference between the sentences?

    What do you teachers think? Thank you so much as usual.

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    #2

    Re: Did you do well on the English test on Monday?

    Please do not start a fresh thread on this topic. You already have one thread here.

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