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    position of the adverb of manner (need native speaker's help)

    1. The children were noisily playing on the ground.
    2. The children were playing noisily on the ground.
    3. The children were playing on the ground noisily.
    Which of the above sentences is NOT acceptable?
    Last edited by sitifan; 30-May-2013 at 05:14.

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    They are all correct.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 30-May-2013 at 07:38.

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