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Hi , im a bit confused , which sentences are correct:

A 1. I'm starting off the show AGAIN to let people see me.
A 2. I'm starting off AGAIN the show to let people see me.

B 1. You will again start the show to ...
B 2. You will start the show again to ...

explain me where and when i should use the word again.

C 1. I must sign this agreement up.
C 2. I must sign up this agreement.

explain me where and when i should use '' up'' , when it has to be after the verb
and when it has to be in the end of a sentence.
BIG thanks!
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MustAskA 1. I'm starting off the show AGAIN to let people see me.
A 2. I'm starting off AGAIN the show to let people see me.

B 1. You will again start the show to ...
B 2. You will start the show again to ...
Put again after the verb and its complement(s), if it has any.

You can say that again.
The dog has got fleas again.
Mom forgot the butter and had to go back to the store again.

CJ
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MustAskwhere and when i I should use up
sign up is not used the way you have done. We'll have to use other verbs with up. Note there are four ways to build these -- two with nouns and two with pronouns. But one of the four ways is wrong. You cannot use it.

pick up

Can you pick the kids up after football practice?
Can you pick them up after football practice?
Can you pick up the kids after football practice?
Can you pick up them after football practice?

clean up

It's time to clean your room up.
It's time to clean it up.
It's time to clean up your room.
It's time to clean up it.

load up

The farmer is loading the truck up with grain.
The farmer is loading it up with grain.
The farmer is loading up the truck with grain.
The farmer is loading up it with grain.

CJ
Thanks! However , I would have no questions about again if only I wouldn't have found this sentence:
'' There they will again know his abundant blessings''
check that out ! http://www.yourdictionary.com/examples/abundant
Please explain me , why is that correct?
Is this thread closed ? I still would like to have an answer to my question above.
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