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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99086: Inversion
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Adverbs | Inversion [Change theme]
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    Rarely. Seldom, Never

    - they are most commonly used with the present perfect or past perfect

    - with the present simple

    - with modals such as can and could


    - when referring to an event that  that is quickly followed by another one

    - it is usually used with the past perfect


    - with verbs such as ' imagine ', ' suspect ', ' understand ' , ' realise ', ' know ', etc.

    - it is usually used in the present simple or the past simple

    - meaning: ' have no idea '


    - when referring to an action that quickly follows another one

    - it is usually used with the past perfect

    No sooner

    - it can be used with the past perfect or the past simple tense ( there is not any difference in meaning)

    Only after, Only by, Only when, Not since, Not until

    - when using the other type of inversion ( to invert the main clause in a sentence )

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    1. such a luxurious room.

    2. your dinner can you go out.

    3. late did he start to do his homework.

    4. to school when my mobile phone rang.

    5. will we speak to her again.

    6. the church than the group of beggars surrounded us.

    7. money can my friends buy a flat.

    8. the door when there was a big explosion on the staircase.

    9. about my grandfather before they got married.

    10. what she has planned for them.

    11. this language can you understand it.

    12. computer games.He prefers reading books.

    13. football so much.

    14. this old woman speak to herself.

    15. Rudolph wanted to borrow some money did he call me.

    16. the homework when my friend came in.

    17. had I seen so many dogs in one coop.

    18. him did Silvia understand her mistake.

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