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    willingly

    In these sentences:
    1-Jeff was willingly sent abroad.
    2-Willingly, Jeff was sent abroad.
    who is willing, Jeff, or the people who sent him abraod?

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    Re: willingly

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan
    In these sentences:
    1-Jeff was willingly sent abroad.
    2-Willingly, Jeff was sent abroad.
    who is willing, Jeff, or the people who sent him abraod?
    It is Jeff who is willing (altho "sent" implies otherwise).

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