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# In the U.S., German luxury brands have succeeded in getting people who

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Re: In the U.S., German luxury brands have succeeded in getting people who [#permalink]
please explain the difference between two following lines: 1. who might have once thought (choice B) and 2. who once might have thought (choice C)
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Difference b/w 'who might have once' and 'who once might have'

If you could please explain the difference and the rule if there is one
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"Once" is an adverb of time - describes when an action happens.

Placement doesn't matter in adverbs of time. Then why is "might have once thought" correct and "once might have thought" incorrect?
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