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Hello, I should not have p.p VS. I shoud have not p.p. Come to think of it, I have used "I should have not pp" a lot, but some say "should not have p.p" is more correct. Both are correct or only one is correct? Thanks in advance.
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Why haven't you written 'p.p.' out fully? It affects the overall correctness of your sentence.
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Sorry about that. Then, I should not have gone there VS. I should have not gone there. Both are correct? Thanks in advance.
I should not have gone there VS. I should have not gone there. Both are correct? -- Yes, but the first is the normal and by far the most usual position of the negative adverb.