Is it “I nearly lost everything” or, “I lost nearly everything “?
- ɱs. sρε૮ƭα૮ℓεLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
Both can have different meanings.
"I nearly lost everything" implies that you ALMOST lost everything, but depending on the scenario you might not have lost anything at all..it was just a close call.
"I lost nearly everything" implies that you in fact DID suffer a loss.
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
either one sounds okay
- ausblueLv 71 month ago
lol id use both .but i think if you say i almost lost everything ,it may sound better
- 18 gibbs 20Lv 71 month ago
They mean different things.