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    The positions of Adverbs

    Can anyone help me to figure out the positions of Adverbs.
    For eaxmple, manner - place - time....
    e.g, Would you like to go out / with me / for a drink / tonight / ?

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    Re: The positions of Adverbs

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    "With me" and "for a drink" are prepositional phrases if I'm not mistaken. "Tonight" is the only adverb. At any rate, they are already in a natural sounding order, though you can arrange them however you like as long as they remain at the end of the sentence.

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