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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122158: Inversion After Negative Adverbials
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Inversion [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Inversion - Subject/verb inversions - Subject-verb inversion - Negatives and semi-negatives - Inversion with negative adverbials - Inversion in conditional sentences - Inversion - Inversions
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    Inversion After Negative Adverbials


    EX: My sister rarely gets up early.

    Rarely does my sister get up early.





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    1. His uncles never eat chicken for dinner. chicken for dinner.

    2. Your sisters have seldom seen such a beautiful rainbow. such a beautiful rainbow.

    3. Her parents almost never stay up late. late.

    4. They rarely had any free time to go to the beach last year. any free time to go to the beach last year.

    5. This fat fellow scarcely speaks about his life. about his life.

    6. Our neighbour has barely travelled to a cold city alone. to a cold city alone.

    7. My father hardly went to his office by train. to his office by train.

    8. Her daughter has rarely been absent from her dance class. absent from her dance class.

    9. Her husband scarcely spends his time with vain subjects. his time with vain subjects.

    10. My mother never watches TV when she has a lot of work to do. TV when she has a lot of work to do.

    11. She rarely went to the cinema late at night. to the cinema late at night.









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