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A question about the position of adverb in the sentence. Here are two sentences as below, but what are the slight differences between them? 1. He speaks English fluently. 2. He fluently speaks English. In the above two sentences, the adverb fluently in different position of the sentences.
Feb 27, 2017 2:49 AM
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He speaks English fluently means you are describing the level by which he uses English, which is high level. English is your noun, fluently is your adverb. He fluently speakS English is modifying the verb "speaks" instead of the noun "English". I hope this helps. :)
February 27, 2017
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