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    #1

    These guys were deliberately peeking at the stair.

    These guys were deliberately peeking at the stair.
    These guys were peek at the stair deliberately.

    Does the sentence above sound correct?
    Last edited by mampwamp; 08-May-2014 at 14:11.

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    Re: These guys were deliberately peeking at the stair.

    Only the first is grammatical, but it's not natural.

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