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An adverb between a verb and an infinitive that follows?
In English it is sometimes permissible (but not necessarily (always?) proper grammar) to "split" a verb infinitive with an adverb. For example, consider the placement of "quickly" in the two following ...
Sep 16 '13 at 0:02
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