Position, position, position
English having comparatively few inflections to help the reader sort out the syntactical elements, it depends heavily on word order and position within the sentence.
An example of how this can go awry comes from a reader of this blog who also reads a metropolitan daily in another state, in which she found this:
Mr. Banescu had lived for years at 10 Plaza Street East, across Flatbush Avenue from where he parked his car, on the 12th floor of a co-op building.
And, continuing the struggle against journalistically misplaced adverbs, here’s a citation from Headsup:
Convention keynoter Rudy Giuliani Tuesday upbraided a reporter who asked whether Palin's daughter's pregnancy was distracting from the convention.