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    Unlike clause

    Can I say,

    'Unlike other lion researchers, I like to observe lions at night.' and
    'I like to observe lions at night, unlike other lion researchers.'?

    Also what's wrong with 'I like to observe lions, unlike other lion researchers, at night.'?
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    Re: Unlike clause

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can I say,

    'Unlike other lion researchers, I like to observe lions at night.' and
    'I like to observe lions at night, unlike other lion researchers.'?
    Yes, these are fine


    Also what's wrong with 'I like to observe lions, unlike other lion researchers, at night.'?

    It is saying the other lion researchers do not like observing lions
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