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    #1

    also

    Hi, I'd like to know in which sentence the position of also is ok

    1) There were also my uncle and his wife
    2) There also were my uncle and his wife

    thanks Rip

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    Smile Re: also

    I think the first one sounds better!

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    Exclamation Re: also

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    Hi, I'd like to know in which sentence the position of also is ok

    1) There were also my uncle and his wife
    2) There also were my uncle and his wife

    thanks Rip
    "also" is an adverb and the rule says; the adverb usually comes after the verb "be". So the first one is grammatically correct.

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