Can the position of "here" change in this sentence? "The stigma ends here tonight" or "The stigma ends tonight here"?
Where you position "here" in this sentence depends on what you want the meaning of "here" to be. In the original sentence, "here" is placed right after "stigma", so it is used to describe the location of "stigma". If you were to say "the stigma ends here", then "here" would be describing where the the stigma ends. So to keep the original meaning, you cannot change the position of "here" in the sentence, as it changes the meaning of the sentence depending on the word it is placed after.
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