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    There is debate at my school as to which is correct

    Option A: John has developed slowly some skills.

    or

    Option B: John has slowly developed some skills.

    Please explain.

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    Default Re: How to use develop...

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeRayland View Post
    There is debate at my school as to which is correct

    Option A: John has developed slowly some skills. You cannot put the adverb between the verb and its object.

    John has developed slowly.

    Option B: John has slowly developed some skills.

    Please explain.
    He learns English quickly.

    He learns quickly English.

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