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Usage of lately #1 (permalink) Mon Jun 09, 2008 7:18 am   Usage of lately
 

which is correct:
it has lately been noted
it has been lately noted
it has been noted lately
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Usage of lately #2 (permalink) Mon Jun 09, 2008 11:36 am   Usage of lately
 

the third one
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Usage of lately #3 (permalink) Mon Jun 09, 2008 14:31 pm   Usage of lately
 

Hi Sultano

You could use any of the three.

I'd say that the rest of the sentence/context will have some influence on your choice. Did you have a specific sentence in mind?
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Usage of lately #4 (permalink) Tue Jun 10, 2008 15:08 pm   Usage of lately
 

yes.
It has lately been noted that you come late.
it has been lately noted that you come late.
it has been noted lately that you come late.
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