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    A grammatical problem

    Which one is correct?
    • I want to fall madly in love; or
    • I want to fall in love madly
    (or ...both of them are wrong?)

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: A grammatical problem

    Both are fine. The first one is more common/commoner; the second one places emphasis on madly--It's poetic, and I like it.


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    Talking Re: A grammatical problem

    Thanks for answering my question.

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