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Hello. I'll be grateful for your help.
1)Is the sentence OK: "The terms of the new contract were being discussed exactly when he called" (I mean, is the word "exactly" OK here?)
2)Is the word order correct in the sentence: "The contract at this time is being discussed."?
3)Is the sentence correct: "They were discussing the contract right then."?
Thank you very much for all your help.

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    1. It's OK. I'd either omit it or use the word "just" in its place.

    2. I'd start out with "At this time, ... " rather than split up the subject and verb with this adverbial phrase.

    3. Yes

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