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    Hi everybody,

    is there any difference between, are both senteces correct?: She is always perfectly dressed./ She si always dressed perfectly.

    Thank you very much

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    Default Re: adverb

    Quote Originally Posted by kukinecka View Post
    Hi everybody,

    is there any difference between, are both senteces correct?: She is always perfectly dressed./ She si always dressed perfectly.

    Thank you very much
    It seems to me that the second can be more specific.

    'She is always perfectly dressed.'
    But
    'She was dressed perfectly [or PD], in a little black <whatever>...'

    But there may well be a rule. I'll leave this to other teachers.

    b

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