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    sentence meaning

    Difference between these two sentences:

    Hector is seemingly interested in sports
    and
    Hector is interested seemingly in sports

    and which one is correct?


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    Re: sentence meaning

    The first is the more likely way to say this. The second is an awkward phrasing, but can be found.

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