> "returns always true" -> "always returns true" ?
> (The former is how we'd say it in German, and hence might be common in 
> Dutch as well?  In English, both probably are fine, the latter feeling 
> more natural to me.  But then, I'm not a native speaker. ;-)

The former is unusual in English and borders on being "wrong".  It
would be parsed as saying that it returns something called "always
true", as if that were a construct.

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