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    #1

    "primarily discuss " OR "discuss primarily"

    should primarily come before or after the verb?

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    #2

    Re: "primarily discuss " OR "discuss primarily"

    Can you use it in the sentence you want to use it in?

    At our meeting, we are going to discuss primarily the agenda for our leadership meeting, but I also want to spend some time discussing our recognition.

    At our meeting we are are going to primarily discuss the agenda for our leadership meeting, but we're also going to spend some time on a teambuilding exercise and celebrate Mary's fifth annisvesary.

    -- Not a teacher, but a writer, using American English.


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    #3

    Re: "primarily discuss " OR "discuss primarily"

    Also:

    At our meeting we are primarily going to discuss....

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