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This is what mathematicians call a pathological example - one sought out to test the rules to their limit. So on the one hand this specific case may not be covered in the grammars but on the other hand we may be able to learn something about grammar by looking at it. First we have to look at the question form without the "not only". We find that there are ...


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I think either version is acceptable and the meaning is clear. You don't need softly at the end. "On the radio" instead of "Over the airwaves" either is correct, but Over the airwaves might be considered old fashioned, so if you were trying to invoke a retro atmosphere it could be more appropriate. It is only the first movement of the Moonlight Sonata that ...


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