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    Position of "at least" in this sentence

    Hello,
    Please tell me where to put the at least.

    Let's see if we get at least an information.
    Let's see if we get an information at least. - I wrote it this way some days ago in forums
    Let's see if at least we get get an information.
    - I don't like this one...

    Well, there are plenty of combinations, but I will not write them all

    Cheers!

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    Re: Position of "at least" in this sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare85 View Post
    Hello,
    Please tell me where to put the at least.

    Let's see if we get at least an information.
    Let's see if we get an information at least. - I wrote it this way some days ago in forums
    Let's see if at least we get get an information.
    - I don't like this one...

    Well, there are plenty of combinations, but I will not write them all

    Cheers!
    Firstly my friend, "information" is uncountable so "an information" is wrong.
    I would say: "Let's see if we can at least get some information".

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