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    #21

    Re: Position of adverbs

    The correct one is:
    "I never go there".


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    #22

    Re: Position of adverbs

    I never go there

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    #23

    Re: Position of adverbs

    Well, 92% of those who have voted (so far) have gotten it right. ("I go there never" is not an English sentence.)




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    #24

    Re: Position of adverbs

    I never go there.
    But,
    we can use inversion to emphasize the meaning:
    Never do I go there.

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    #25

    Re: Position of adverbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Teia View Post
    I never go there.
    But,
    we can use inversion to emphasize the meaning:
    Never do I go there.
    That's not natural in American English.
    I am not a teacher.

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    #26

    Re: Position of adverbs

    Hi!
    I agree with you, but this is about Inversion, only.
    Thank you in advance

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    #27

    Re: Position of adverbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Teia View Post
    I never go there.
    But,
    we can use inversion to emphasize the meaning:
    Never do I go there.
    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    That's not natural in American English.
    Quote Originally Posted by Teia View Post
    Hi!
    I agree with you, but this is about Inversion, only.
    Learners should be aware that "Never do I go there" is not idiomatic English.
    I am not a teacher.

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