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Which sounds better/is correct, "highly value" or "value highly"?


Used in the context, "I would highly value an opportunity...." or, "I would value highly an opportunity..." I think I prefer the first styling, but what do you think? Any technicalities to be aware of that make the second grammatically incorrect? Thanks for the help; it is 1am and I have a brain freeze!! :)

 

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