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Hi

Is it natural to use two adverbs(personally and truely ) for an adjective(comfortable) in the following context?

I have to mention that I am personally truely comfortable with the idea of having . . . .

or

I have to mention that personaly I am truely comfortable with the idea of having . . .

Thank you very much
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It is stylistically better to avoid the juxtaposition. And 'truly' is so spelt.
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Thanks Mister Micawber. If I have understood you correctly, it is implied that both of the sentenses are correct but the second one is better. Am I right?

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...both of the sentences are correct but the second one is better. Am I right? -- Yes, that's right.
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