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    can not be always / can not always be

    Dear teachers,

    Is there any difference between the two sentences in grammar:

    1. Susan can not be always with me.
    2. Susan can not always be with me.



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    Re: can not be always / can not always be

    2 is natural.

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    Re: can not be always / can not always be

    Quote Originally Posted by kwfine View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Is there any difference between the two sentences in grammar:

    1. Susan can not be always with me.
    2. Susan can not always be with me.



    Thank you

    Kitty
    From the standpoint of understanding, no difference. From the standpoint of correctness or placement of frequency words, #2 is correct.

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