Why do we sometimes put adverbs at the beginning of a sentence? Except for emphasis, I mean.


Nowadays, technology is improving.

instead of:

Technology is improving nowadays.

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Robusto, Andrew Leach Jan 11 at 17:32

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  • In the first what of a sentence? First clause? First place? As the first word? As well as clarifying the actual question, examples of what you are asking about would help greatly. – Andrew Leach Jan 11 at 17:33

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