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I would say the first one
I really wasn't sure how to tell the difference between the two.
Me either to be honest...its just the second one sounds a little funky
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Well I found these examples on the lesson and they say:
Only we requested three songs.
We only requested three songs.
We requested only three songs.
The first example indicates that no one else requested three songs except the speaker and those with him. The second implies that the speakers requested the songs but did not demand them. The third implies that they could have requested more than three songs.
so the first one would be correct going off of what you just said! :)
It was the second one. It would be the second one because it implies that he could have read more than one book.