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    order of adverbials

    Hi

    I was wondering if the following sentence is acceptable/correct (even if it's against the rule "PLACE before TIME). Does the length of the adverbial of place justify the swapping?

    The company is organising a conference on 6 August at the London Hilton, 22 Park Lane.

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    Nico


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    Re: order of adverbials

    This is the normal way of expressing this kind of information.

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