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-Dr Johnson justifiably anticipates further discoveries.

-The couple still spoke to each other civilly.

Dr Johnson justifiably anticipates further discoveries.

The couple still spoke to each other civilly.

Why do some adverbs follow the verbs while others precede the verbs?

Is Is there any rule to follow about this? How should we discriminate one from another?

-Dr Johnson justifiably anticipates further discoveries.

-The couple still spoke to each other civilly.

Why do some adverbs follow the verbs while others precede the verbs?

Is there any rule to follow about this? How should we discriminate one from another?

Dr Johnson justifiably anticipates further discoveries.

The couple still spoke to each other civilly.

Why do some adverbs follow the verbs while others precede the verbs? Is there any rule to follow about this? How should we discriminate one from another?

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-Dr Johnson justifiablyjustifiably anticipates further discoveries.

-The couple still spoke to each other civillycivilly.

Why do some adverbs follow the verbs while others precede the verbs?

Is there any rule to follow about this? How should we discriminate one from another?

-Dr Johnson justifiably anticipates further discoveries.

-The couple still spoke to each other civilly.

Why do some adverbs follow the verbs while others precede the verbs?

Is there any rule to follow about this? How should we discriminate one from another?

-Dr Johnson justifiably anticipates further discoveries.

-The couple still spoke to each other civilly.

Why do some adverbs follow the verbs while others precede the verbs?

Is there any rule to follow about this? How should we discriminate one from another?

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place of adverbs

-Dr Johnson justifiably anticipates further discoveries.

-The couple still spoke to each other civilly.

Why do some adverbs follow the verbs while others precede the verbs?

Is there any rule to follow about this? How should we discriminate one from another?