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Which of the following sentence is right?

I climbed out of the window awkwardly.

OR

I climbed awkwardly out of the window.

I know, we should arrange adverb in (manner + place + time) method.

But in the above sentence [both (awkardly, out of the window)] is showing manner only.

So I am confused which one should come first.

Could you explain me?
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Either will work. I'd put the shorter one nearer the verb.
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Mister MicawberEither will work. I'd put the shorter one nearer the verb.

Ok, thanks.

My brother is studying in 5th std.

I saw this question in his question paper for one mark.

Arrange adverbs in order.

(1) He climbed [out of the window, awkwardly].

(2) I reached [at 9.0 clock, at the station].

(3) etc.

You told either is right.

Then, he must get one mark.

Is it right?
It depends on his teacher.

#2, by the way, is wrong: it can only be assembled as I reached the station at 9:00 (no at before station).
Mister MicawberIt depends on his teacher.

#2, by the way, is wrong: it can only be assembled as I reached the station at 9:00 (no at before station).

Ok, thanks
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