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    I think still I am a beginner

    I think still I am a beginner.
    I still think I am a beginner.
    I think, still I am a beginner.
    Still, I think I am a beginner.
    Still, I think, I am a beginner.


    Which of these sentences are correct?

    Please help me.

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    Re: I think still I am a beginner

    I think still I am a beginner.<awkward without punctuation>
    I still think I am a beginner.
    I think, still I am a beginner. <punctuation error>
    Still, I think I am a beginner.
    Still, I think, I am a beginner. ~ I am a beginner still, I think.

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    Re: I think still I am a beginner

    Thank you Casiopea.
    I know for a small sentence we could omit omit comma when the adverb precedes the sentence. e.g. Now I can understand it. So, similarly, can I write like this "Still I think I am beginner" without putting comma after still.

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