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thomasRavenelli

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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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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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