inverted sentence and its usage
In an inverted sentence, the subject is placed after the verb. By doing this, the subject receives more emphasis.
The following are some examples:
1. Rarely has Tom eaten better food.
2. Hardly ever does Mary come to class on time.
3. In a hole in the ground there lived a big ant.
4. Never again will Mary give her boy friend money!
But, you should remember that there is an exception when the verb is intransitive because there is no object following the verb.
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