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    #1

    badly planned

    Can one say:
    1-The building is being badly constructed.
    instead of:
    2-The building is being constructed badly.


    Can one say:
    3-The plan is being badly executed.
    instead of:
    4-The plan is being executed badly.

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    Re: badly planned

    Yes.

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