Is there a difference in these two sentences, and if so, what is the difference?
Immediately afterwards I remembered having met her.
I remembered having met her immediately afterwards.
I think there ...
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 ...