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What's the difference between using always will or will always?

Example:
I hope this gift will always remind you of me.
I hope this gift always will remind you of me.

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If there are two verbs (or more) in the verb phrase, as in will remind, the adverb (e.g., always) usually goes after the first verb. ... gift will always remind ...
However, for stylistic effect, the adverb is occasionally placed elsewhere. ... gift always will remind ...

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CpklasWhat's the difference between using always will or will always? Example: I hope this gift will always remind you of me. I hope this gift always will remind you of me. Cheers
They are both correct.

Commonly said: I will always remember you.

But “I always will remember you” bears a little more emotion. That's just me.
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CpklasWhat's the difference between using always will or will always? Example:

1.) I hope this gift will always remind you of me.

2.) I hope this gift always will remind you of me. Cheers

In terms of traditional grammar, sentence 1 is correct while 2 is not.

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