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Placer adverbiet (biordet) i parentes i sætningen og begrund den valgte placering. Anvend relevant grammatisk/faglig terminologi. Bemærk at jeg I dette løsningsforslag viser mere end én placeringsmulighed i de tilfælde, hvor der er mere end en mulighed.

1. The two students always1 tried to explain why toast always2 seems always3 to (always) land butter side down. (always) 1) The Grammar §244, stk. A. Det lette adverbialled always kan placeres foran hovedverbet i hovedsætningen (tried) - i så fald lægger det sig til verbet/handlingen ”tried”, dvs. de prøvede hele tiden/igen og igen. 2) Det lette adverbialled always kan alternativt placeres foran hovedverbet i ledsætningen (seems), i så fald lægger det sig til verbet seems, med betydningen ”…hvorfor toast(brød) altid synes at lande med smørsiden nedad”. 3) Det kan også placeres foran to-infinitiven (to land), jf. §244, stk. C, og i så fald lægger det sig til hele infinitiven (to land butter side down), med betydningen ”…hvorfor det virker som om toast(brød) altid lander med smørsiden nedad”. 4) Placering mellem to og infinitiv (”split infinitive”), her mellem infinitivmarkøren to og infinitivformen land, bruges kun i uformelt sprog. The Grammar §244, stk. C.

2. The professor could probably have foreseen the students' reaction. (probably)
Det lette adverbialled placeres normalt foran hovedverbet, men probably skal her placeres efter første hjælpeverbum (could) (og det er i dette tilfælde ikke = foran hovedverbet): Denne regel gælder ved sammensatte verbalformer og det er det samme, der gælder på dansk (Professoren kunne sandsynligvis have forudset…). The Grammar §244, stk. A.

3. Tesco is gradually1 trying gradually2 to gradually3 improve its position in the market gradually4. (gradually)
1) The Grammar §244, stk. C. Lette adverbialled placeres foran infinitiv og…...

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