Is it okay to put "still" after the verb?

Like " I'm crying still "?

Updates:
Sorry I mean after the adj*

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Most Helpful Guy

  • Yes, it's OK.

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What Guys Said 7

  • I would say I am still crying

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  • It is okay, but it wouldn't give the same meaning as "i'm still crying". It would mean you're not in motion while you're crying.
    However, in spoken language, i think it can mean the same thing with appropriate emphasis.

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  • You can, yes.

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  • Yes it's okay
    but not many people use it that way

    I do though xD

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  • MmMm Yes :)

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  • Throw an 'i am' and you'll be talking like a right propper north midlander, you will.

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What Girls Said 6

  • You can. However, I am not completely sure since English is my 3rd language and I manage to fuck up sometimes.

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  • You should put it before since so it makes the sentence more active and less passive.

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  • I think it goes before the verb

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  • You'd wanna say, "I'm still crying" or else it just makes you seem like you have bad grammar

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  • No you put the adverb before the verb.

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  • I think it would only be gramatically correct if you put a comma in between crying and still to make it like an after-thought.

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