Order of Adverbs

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Hi.

I was coming up with a sentence about a married couple and presented a question which I couldn't find the answer to. 

 

"They live happily together." vs. "They live together happily."

Which one is right?

That sentence would not have any more adverbs later.

 

I looked it up and read a few articles about adverbs but still have no idea which would be correct. Can anyone help me out? I appreciate it.

order adverbs asked May 23 '13 at 08:44 C.H. New member

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Either one is correct, and their meanings are the same.

link comment answered May 23 '13 at 16:58 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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"They live happily together." Here happily is an adverb modifying the verb live.

link comment answered May 23 '13 at 16:35 Sanjay Expert

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