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    Cool The originally planned economic benefits

    Please, can it be expressed "The originally planned economic benefits"? Or rather I should write "The economic benefits originally planned"?

    Maybe are both possible?

    Thank You for your help.

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    Re: The originally planned economic benefits

    Use a hyphen and it is OK. The originally-planned economic benefits.

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    Re: The originally planned economic benefits

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    Use a hyphen and it is OK. The originally-planned economic benefits.
    It is my understanding that a hyphen is not usually used between an adverb ending in -ly and an adjective.

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