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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35088: Subject-verb inversion
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    Subject-verb inversion

    When should I invert words?


    Statement = no inversion

    I play football on Sundays.



    Do you play football on Sundays?

    Negative adverbs (formal English/written English)

    Never have I seen such a thrilling book!

    Sentences starting with "not":

    Not for a moment did I think you were guilty.

    Sentences starting with "here"/"there":

    Here is the bus!


    Choose the right sentence. Be careful with the order of the words.

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