She acted as though she was subtle. Then:
1 She never was subtle
2 She was never subtle
The first one sounds right to me although the second one seems to be the grammatically correct one? Or are both ...
I'm describing a situation which is similar to the situation in the previous paragraph, which of the following alternatives are more correct? In general, is there a rule for this?
"You will again be ...
Which of these is right?
I like to play with my dog a lot.
I like a lot to play with my dog.
I like to play a lot with my dog.
Any of the above.
I mean, where does a lot go in there? I searched but ...
The following is a quote from Mr. Trump's statement.
Is it grammatical to say "We should have never been in Iraq"?
Shouldn't it be "We should never have been in Iraq"?
"We should have never been in ...