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    Where should the word "actually" be put?

    Which is correct?

    1) What if you aren't actually planning to release an album
    2) What if you actually aren't planning to release an album
    3) What if you're actually not planning to release an album

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    Re: Where should the word "actually" be put?

    Welcome to the forum.

    With question marks at the end, they would all be correct.

    Also answered here.

    We recommend posting a question on one forum only initially. If you do not get a satisfactory answer from that forum and you feel that you have exhausted its possibilities, then of course trying a different forum might help. It is only courteous however, to tell the second forum that you have already asked the question on another forum and then give a precis of the answers you received there, along with an explanation of why you are now looking elsewhere.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 19-May-2016 at 22:21.

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