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    Position of 'unlike' clause

    Is the following sentence correct?

    I like to observe lions, unlike other lion researchers, at night.

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    Re: Position of 'unlike' clause

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is the following sentence correct? no

    I like to observe lions, unlike other lion researchers, at night.
    It should be, 'Unlike other lion researchers, I like to observe lions at night.'

    "I" should be next to 'other lion researchers'.

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