I'm reading a professionally written business document and I am seeing the word "is" placed oddly to my eyes and ears. I wanted to see if there is a grammatical reason for the choice that I should be following.
Example: Reading a book largely is an indoor activity.
I would write that: reading a book is largely an indoor activity.
Is the former grammatically more correct (or more grammatically correct)? Or is it just the style of the author?