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1. Mike doesn't often watch TV.
2. Mike often doesn't watch TV.
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Which one is grammatical? Are both OK? Which one is commonly usd?

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    The better of those is #1.

    Often modifies watch; so being nearer to that word makes the sentence flow better.

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