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Good evening, folks.

"I do not necessarily agree with what is said in the article."
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"In the article, I do not necessarily agree with what is said."

The idea is that if we transpose the prepositional phrase (in the article), does the meaning change?

Please, give your answers along with justification.

Thank you.

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An introductory phrase applies to the subject of the sentence, "I". The phrase is supposed to apply to "what is said". The meaning does not so much change as die. You can't put that phrase there.

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Thanks. Any other replies, please?

"In the article, I do not necessarily agree with what is said." This implies to me that you wrote the article or are at least quoted in it.

Clive