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Having trouble with this one. I'm supposed to rewrite the sentence and put the modifier where it belongs. The sentence is: I only go to the beach on weekends, never on weekdays. Would you rewrite it like: I go to the beach only on weekends, never on weekdays. Or...would it be something like: I go to the beach on weekends only, never on weekends. Or..would it be something entirely different? Thanks..

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    I would use your first revised sentence ... putting 'only' right in front of whatever it's modifying.

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