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    #1

    complains always about her

    Hi,

    *self-made*

    1- She always complains about her little sister!
    2- She complains always about her little sister!

    Sentence 2 means that it is her little sister, nobdy else, that she always complains.
    Sentence 1 could also mean that but it depends on the emphasis and the context. Right?

    Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: complains always about her

    Sentence 2 doesn't work for me. I would probably always use the form in sentence 1.:

    e.g.
    She always runs to work.
    He always misses school.
    They always complain about the state of the railways.
    I always want to know more about a subject.

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