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1. I have lived there since I was born.
2. I have lived there since 2000.
3. I have lived there since in 2000.
4. I have lived there since I was 8 years old.
5. I have lived there for about 8 years.

(Would you check the sentences? Which ones are not grammatical?)

6. He does love you.
7. He really loves you.
8. Really he loves you.

(Does #6 mean #7? What about #8?
Are the three all the same in meaning?)

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    They are essentially correct. Put a comma in #8. Really, he loves you. Between 7 and 8, perhaps in 7 the stress is on LOVE while in 8, it's on REALLY. The idea is the same in all 3.

    As for #3, the "in" implies "some time in that year."

    Sra

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