Is the following sentence grammatically correct: "I'm oblivious clearly."
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That isn't a very kind thing to say about oneself. From a grammatical standpoint, the sentence wants a comma (or, in speech, an intonation break or slight pause) before "clearly." Alternatively, you could place "clearly" at the beginning or in the middle. It is a sentence-level adverbial modifying the proposition "I'm oblivious."
- It is clear that I'm oblivious.
- Clearly, I'm oblivious.
- I'm clearly oblivious.
- I'm oblivious, clearly.