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    adverb "alway"

    when do you you use "alway" instead "always"?
    I had never seen the usage of "alway".

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    Re: adverb "alway"

    Quote Originally Posted by congngo View Post
    when do you you use "alway" instead "always"?
    I had never seen the usage of "alway".
    In Modern English, the form alway is considered archaic.

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