- There are still problems.
- There still are problems.
Is one word order more correct than the other and do they have identical meaning?
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The first is the normal order. The second might be used to strongly contradict a previous statement. In that case the verb would be stressed: There still ARE problems.
Same meaning. "There still are problems" is more correct if "still" is an adverb.