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    #1

    the position of 'evidently'

    The boy evidently was trying to fool him

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    Re: I WANT TO KNOW WHY THE POSITION OF EVIDENLY CAME BEFORE THE HELPING VERB

    Welcome to the forum.

    Where did you find that sentence? It's important to quote the source and author of any text you reproduce on the forum.

    (Note that you misspelt "evidently" in your title.)
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: I WANT TO KNOW WHY THE POSITION OF EVIDENLY CAME BEFORE THE HELPING VERB

    I have changed your thread title. I didn't want that long, uppercase demand shouting at me every time I opened the page.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 29-May-2017 at 19:35.

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