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- Everything went bad. That was because of her desire to constantly be in charge.
- Everything went bad. That was because of her desire to be constantly in charge.
I cannot decide where to put "constantly" - before the verb be or after it.
Last edited by ademoglu; 10-May-2015 at 16:41. Reason: everything and constantly - amended
There are people who will still tell you that you should never "split an infinitive" - meaning that you should never put a word between "to" and the verb it is attached to. That "rule" is a myth. Ignore it.
Both your examples are grammatically correct.
Check your spelling carefully. You misspelt "everything" twice, with two different misspellings, and you misspelt "correctly" in your title.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.