- Consider the following sentence
The use of supercapacitors has not completely eliminated low-current leakage.
For each of the following questions, can the word "completely" be moved to each of the following locations? Explain whether it is a good idea.
- Before "has"?
- Right after "eliminated"?
- the end of the sentence?
1) It can't be before has because it makes no sense and it is never used before auxiliary verb. 2) We... View the full answer