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    Question adverb of time

    I'm not sure about the position of the adverb of time (tomorrow) in a sentence.
    Is there any rule about it?
    Which one is correct and why?

    I'm writing to remind you, to bring tomorrow the dictionary and the copies of the previous tests.

    I'm writing to remind you, to bring the dictionary and the copies of the previous tests tomorrow.

    I'm writing to remind you, to bring the dictionary tomorrow and the copies of the previous tests.


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    Re: adverb of time

    Quote Originally Posted by Arara View Post
    I'm not sure about the position of the adverb of time (tomorrow) in a sentence.
    Is there any rule about it?
    Which one is correct and why?

    I'm writing to remind you, to bring tomorrow the dictionary and the copies of the previous tests.

    I'm writing to remind you, to bring the dictionary and the copies of the previous tests tomorrow.

    I'm writing to remind you, to bring the dictionary tomorrow and the copies of the previous tests.

    I'm writing to remind you to bring the dictionary and the copies of the previous tests tomorrow. No comma.

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    Re: adverb of time

    Should I always put at the end of a sentence?

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    Re: adverb of time

    If you scroll to the bottom of the page, you'll find links to threads that discussed adverbs of time. You can also read this

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