Peter is registering a case in a Police station against his neighbour.

Peter is registering a case against his neighbor in a Police Station.

now what is the differences on the above sentences.please explain.

  • Please add more detail to this question to explain why you think there is a difference, and what that difference might be. Hint -- there is no difference.
    – Andrew
    Commented Jun 17, 2019 at 4:33
  • i missed to put the auxiliary verb. i meant that Peter is in a Police station and making FIR(First Investigation Report) against his Neighbour so my concerned is that which position is appropriate in a sentence either Place "in a police station or against Neighbour.
    – Nazo
    Commented Jun 17, 2019 at 4:38
  • They both sound a little stilted to me. A version I would use (which also means the same thing) is: Peter's in a police station, registering a complaint against his neighbour. Commented Jun 17, 2019 at 4:48

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The two examples in the edited question have exactly the samke meaning. Both are grammatically valid. There is no obvious grammatical reason to favor either over the other.

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