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Description Example Category
Word order: Wrong position of adverb, e.g. 'Always I am happy. (I am always happy.)' They have been seen often together. Style
Word order: Wrong position of adverb, e.g. 'Always I am happy. (I am always happy.)' They often have been seen together. Style
Word order: Wrong position of adverb, e.g. 'Always I am happy. (I am always happy.)' They have been often seen together. Style
Word order: Wrong position of adverb, e.g. 'Always I am happy. (I am always happy.)' I will love always you. Style
Word order: Wrong position of adverb, e.g. 'Always I am happy. (I am always happy.)' I always will love you. Style
who (whom) With who did you go? Style
who (whom) Sarah gave the tickets to who? Style
who (whom) The hall was filled with students, many of who were girls. Style
who (whom) Her mother, in who she confided, said it wasn't easy for her. Style
who (whom) Who we're looking for: Style
LanguageTool 6.5-SNAPSHOT (2024-05-23 22:33:06 +0200)