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Is there any rule in the adverb sequence?So Can I use quickly,clearly and hard at the begining of sentence,at the end of the sentence or at between subject and verb?Is it right?Adverb sequence is not important in the sentence?

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    "Hard" is not an adverb.

    Adverbs do not have to modify verbs only.
    In a sentence, they should be located close to the word they modify. You just can't stick them anywhere.

    It would be easier to explain if you had an example.

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