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1. I feel sometimes lonely.
2. I sometimes feel lonely.
3. Sometimes I feel lonely.
4. I feel lonely sometimes.

(Which one is not grammatical? Is #1 right according to the position of the frequency adverb.)

5. He is alone.
6. He feels alone.
7. He feels lonely.

(Are the three all grammatical? By the way, what is the part of speech of 'alone'? Is it an adjective or an adverb in #5?)

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    #1 awkward word order
    #5 = an adjective

    Sra

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