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PostSubject: Inversion    Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:31 pm

Inversion

   In normal everyday English, inversion is used:

   ► to make questions: does he? can you?
   ► after so, neither, nor: so do I, neither do I, nor do I.

   In written English, as well as in a very formal style, inversion is used in the following cases:

   1. ◊ After negative adverbial expressions:
   ▪ Under no circumstances can we accept cheques.
   ▪ In no way can he be held responsible.
   ▪ At no time did she say she would come.

   2. ◊ After adverbial expressions of place:
   ▪ Round the corner came the postman.
   ▪ On the doorstep was a bunch of flowers.

3. ◊ After seldom, rarely, never, in comparisons:
   ▪ Seldom have I seen such a beautiful view.
   ▪ Rarely did he pay anyone a compliment.
   ▪ Never had I felt so happy.

4. ◊ After hardly, scarcely, no sooner, when one thing happens after another.
   ▪ Hardly had I begun to speak when I was interrupted.
   ▪ Scarcely had we started our meal when the phone rang.
   ▪ No sooner had I arrived than they all started to argue.

5. ◊ After adverbial expressions beginning with 'only'.
   ▪ Only after the meeting did I realize the importance of the subject.

6. ◊ After exclamations with here and there.
   ▪ Here comes the winner!
   ▪ There goes all our money!

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