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Word Order (there was sth in sth) or (in sth there was sth)

 
 
Reply Mon 11 May, 2015 02:22 am
Hi I'm new to the Forums. Wink
My question is which of these two forms is better in writing .
"In Stawy village there was a camp and in that camp there were arms warehouses"
or
"There was a camp in Stawy village and in that camp there were arms warehouses"

Thank You
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Tes yeux noirs
 
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Reply Mon 11 May, 2015 12:59 pm
Neither is better. Both are equally acceptable.

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ehBeth
 
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Reply Mon 11 May, 2015 01:06 pm
@Karolbromowicz,
There were arms warehouses in a camp in Stawy village.
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