Ever wish you could share information broadly
Could it be rewritten to:
Ever wish you could broadly share information
Are there any rules for the position of the adverbs.
The positioning of the adverb should be based on the type of impact our sentence/question needs to make.
The first sentence:
This would be more effective when used to catch the readers' attention, probably an advertisement/headline where the idea is to make all readers imagine "broadly".
The second one:
This probably has more stress on the "information" rather than on "broadly". It would sound more apt in a paragraph, rather than in a headline.
Again, it depends on how the message needs to be sent across. Both options are correct.
When an adverb modifies a verb, you can usually put it either before, between, or after:
Adverb = 'often', verb = 'go'
These aren't all equally common; you would probably find the between position used the most.
In your example, you are asking a question, so the 'before' position can't really be used.
Just doesn't work.
But the between and end position are equally valid. I would say that, again, the between position sounds best.
I always think the adverb should be placed as closely as possible to the word it modifies. See how I did it in this sentence, with "as closely as possible"?
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