The direct object usually follows the verb, not the adverb. For example, we say I love you deeply instead of I love deeply you. However, there are instances where the direct object is so long that the adverb ends up far away from its verb. Is it correct to place the adverb between the verb and the direct object? See this example, where the adverb is placed immediately after the verb, and not after the direct object:
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Does the length of the direct object affect the placement of the adverb? Thanks!