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    #1

    adverb position

    Are both sentences correct?

    This medicine can widely be used in the country.
    This medicine can be widely used in the country.
    Thanks in advance.

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    #2

    Re: adverb position

    The first is odd. The second is fine.

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    #3

    Re: adverb position

    Quote Originally Posted by ronao View Post
    This medicine can be widely used in the country.
    That is grammatically correct, but it's not a very natural thing to say. It either is or is not widely used.

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