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  1. I will probably move to the north soon.
  2. Probably I will move to the north soon.

What is the difference between these two?

Does Number one imply that there is a small chance I may not move at all?

  • Part of the Stack Exchange model is that when someone asks a question, they should have done some checking on their own first. That ‘research’, as it has been termed, should be included in the question. Please use the edit link to include your research. – Lawrence Jan 7 at 10:39
  • Research?... I mean..I am pretty much confused about these two above sentences and I think (what you have termed as research) i shared my thinking pattern in my last sentence. Is not it sufficient?What should I do after this... I really have no clue. I really need an appropriate answer. – user326024 Jan 7 at 11:02
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    In #1, probably modifies move. In #2, it modifies the rest of the sentence (which should have a comma after probably). Both sentences mean the same thing, though #1 sounds more natural to me. – Lawrence Jan 7 at 11:06
  • As in #1,probably modifies move and in #2,it modifies the whole sentence....so should not there be a difference in the meaning? Like i said in my last part of my question... Was that correct? – user326024 Jan 7 at 11:27
  • Since both sentences use probably, they both imply there's a small chance you may not move. – Jason Bassford Jan 7 at 15:42

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