Increasingly / Frankly


Young people Increasingly distrust all forms of government.


Increasingly, young people distrust all forms of government.


I can sense some difference between the sentences below, but I do not sense any difference in meaning between the sentences above, but different locations of "increasingly". How do you native English speakers feel about the sentences?


Frankly, he did not say anything.


He did not frankly say anything.



Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.

edited Sep 03 '12 at 23:58 Hans Contributor

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