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No matter where I went with her, it was always the right place.

No matter where I went with her, I was always in the right place.

No matter where I went with her, I would always be in the right place.

Is any of the examples ungrammatical? Or they just emphasize different things? If so, how?

  • The second and third mean almost exactly the same thing. The first has a different meaning, in which the fact of being in the right place is not related to the person called 'I'. – WS2 Aug 24 '15 at 18:04
  • The third doesn't sound right to me, but I'm not sure it's a grammatical problem. – aparente001 Aug 25 '15 at 22:49
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The first one talks about the place, the second about you and the third one is more like a habitual thing that happened many times.

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