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    position of "at all"

    1. He is not happy at all.
    2. He is not at all happy.
    3. He does not love fishing at all.
    4. He does not at all love fishing.
    Which of the above sentences is not acceptable?

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    Re: position of "at all"

    All four are grammatically correct. I think 2 and 3 would come most readily to the lips but that is a personal opinion. (I am not a teacher)

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