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One of my questions has been closed because "it needs details or clarity." I find the question clear and I think it was closed because some people do not like short questions. But being short is different from being unclear. It's a simple question about the grammer rules concerning the place of adverb in a phrase.
"at nearly the speed of light" vs "nearly at the speed of light"
Sep 3, 2021 at 9:26
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