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    words position in sentences!

    He had tethered his dog to a tree outside the window, and it whined persistently.

    Can I move the word "persistently" here?(as below example)"
    He had tethered his dog to a tree outside the window, and it persistently whined.

    1. Is it correct?

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    Re: words position in sentences!

    Yes, but I prefer the first.

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    #3

    Re: words position in sentences!

    Polyester, you have been a member long enough to know that a better title would have been it whined persistently.

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

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    #4

    Re: words position in sentences!

    How about:

    Whiny dog


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