no deberías nunca salir con ella

no deberías nunca salir con ella

This is a strange example and not covered in the explanation. When is it customary to insert a word between two verbs? When else can this occur?
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SilviaKwiziq language super star
Hola Allison! The case you are talking about is actually covered in our lesson. When using the negative "nunca" with modal verbs, this can be placed into different orders within the sentence and all of them are correct. Silvia.

no deberías nunca salir con ella

This is a strange example and not covered in the explanation. When is it customary to insert a word between two verbs? When else can this occur?

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