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    only

    does only come befor or after the verb? for example, you are only responsible for etc..OR you are responsible only for etc..?

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    Smile Re: only

    Quote Originally Posted by thomasRavenelli View Post
    does only come befor or after the verb? for example, you are only responsible for etc..OR you are responsible only for etc..?
    Actually, only is a very flexible word - it can go almost everywhere in a sentence, usually before the word that is to be emphasized.

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