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There is at least one distributor interested. ("at least" means "a minimum of")

At least there is one distributor interested. ("at least" means "fortunately, happily")

Are the explanations correct?

When my teacher taught me about focus adverb, she explained, "The position of the adverbs can change the meaning of the sentence." And she showed these sentences as the examples. But I could not find the difference between thethese two sentences.

There is at least one distributor interested. ("at least" means "a minimum of")

At least there is one distributor interested. ("at least" means "fortunately, happily")

Are the explanations correct?

When my teacher taught me about focus adverb, she explained, "The position of the adverbs can change the meaning of the sentence." And she showed these sentences as the examples. But I could not find the difference between the two sentences.

There is at least one distributor interested. ("at least" means "a minimum of")

At least there is one distributor interested. ("at least" means "fortunately, happily")

Are the explanations correct?

When my teacher taught me about focus adverb, she explained, "The position of the adverbs can change the meaning of the sentence." And she showed these sentences as the examples. But I could not find the difference between these two sentences.

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There is at least one distributor interested. ("at least" means "a minimum of")

At least there is one distributor interested. ("at least" means "fortunately, happily")

Are the explanations correct?

When my teacher taught me about focus adverb, she explained, "The position of the adverbs can change the meaning of the sentence." And Sheshe showed these sentences as the examples. But I could not find the difference between the two sentences.

There is at least one distributor interested. ("at least" means "a minimum of")

At least there is one distributor interested. ("at least" means "fortunately, happily")

Are the explanations correct?

When my teacher taught me about focus adverb, she explained, "The position of the adverbs can change the meaning of the sentence." And She showed these sentences as the examples. But I could not find the difference between the two sentences.

There is at least one distributor interested. ("at least" means "a minimum of")

At least there is one distributor interested. ("at least" means "fortunately, happily")

Are the explanations correct?

When my teacher taught me about focus adverb, she explained, "The position of the adverbs can change the meaning of the sentence." And she showed these sentences as the examples. But I could not find the difference between the two sentences.

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"At least" as focus adverb

There is at least one distributor interested. ("at least" means "a minimum of")

At least there is one distributor interested. ("at least" means "fortunately, happily")

Are the explanations correct?

When my teacher taught me about focus adverb, she explained, "The position of the adverbs can change the meaning of the sentence." And She showed these sentences as the examples. But I could not find the difference between the two sentences.