Americans in general are open-minded.


1) Americans in general are open-minded.


2) Americans, in general, are open-minded.


3) In general, Americans are open-minded.



Do you sense some difference between the three sentences and I think that 'in general' can modify Americans in # 1 and it modifies 'are' in #2 and #3 and there is some difference in meaning. what do you think?


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edited Oct 25 '12 at 06:29 Hans Contributor

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