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    How to insert adj , adverb in the sensense

    When do we write sentense it should be has Suject + Verb + object Right ? I would like to know when do we insert adj , adverb before or after verb ?

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    Re: How to insert adj , adverb in the sensense

    The position of some adverbs are flexible.
    She quickly read the note.
    She read the note quickly.
    The read quickly the note. -- No

    She listened carefully to the message.
    She carefully listened to the message. -- a bit awkward
    She listened to the message carefully.

    I don't have a rule for you. I hope someone else does.

    (Adjectives modify nouns, not verb. Often, they are found before the nouns they modify.)
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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