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    Hi, I'd like to ask which sentence is right: 1) I want it now or 2) I want now it? I tried the test and wonder why the sentence "I want it now." is wrong. Please help me understand.

    Thank you and more power!

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    That's strange- your answer is correct. I tried it and got the answer showing correctly.

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    Is this about a quiz in the Members Section?

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    Yes.

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