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Wandering. ONLY. Wandering “only”. "She told me that she loved me." . Let me count the ways. Wandering “only”. “ Only she told me that she loved me." . No one else told me of her love for me. Wandering “only”. "She only told me that she loved me." . She offered no additional evidence.

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Wandering

ONLY


Wandering only
Wandering “only”

"She told me that she loved me." 

Let me count the ways


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Wandering “only”

“Only she told me that she loved me." 

No one else told me of her love for me.


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Wandering “only”

"She only told me that she loved me." 

She offered no additional evidence.


Very common put the only ahead of the verb
Very common: put the “only” ahead of the verb.

“I only saw the preview; I didn’t see the movie." 

The sound must have been off.


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Wandering “only”

"She told only me that she loved me." 

Not the gabby type.


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Wandering “only”

"She told me only that she loved me." 

Nothing more to say.


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Wandering “only”

"She told me that only she loved me." 

No one else loves me!


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Wandering “only”

"She told me that she only loved me." 

She doesn’t idolize me; she doesn’t hate me, but she does love me.


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Wandering “only”

"She told me that she loved only me." 

Good news!


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Wandering “only”

"She told me that she loved me only." 

That’s good too.


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Wandering “only”

The point is: the position of “only” makes a difference in the meaning of a sentence.

Place your “only” with care, and don’t put it too early.


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Wandering “only”

Suggestion (general) Write first; edit later.

“Don’t get it right;

get it written.”


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Wandering “only”

Do a search for “only” and check its position.


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