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    Default clarification reg. usage of no sooner than

    I would like to know a little clarification regarding the following two sentences. 1. No sooner had I entered the room than all left. 2. No sooner did I enter the room than all left. My doubts are:a) Which of them is correct? b) Are the two correct? c) If there is a mistake what is it and how can I get it corrected? Please provide me some more examples.

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    Default Re: clarification reg. usage of no sooner than

    Quote Originally Posted by gramasarma View Post
    I would like to know a little clarification regarding the following two sentences. 1. No sooner had I entered the room than all left. 2. No sooner did I enter the room than all left. My doubts are:a) Which of them is correct? b) Are the two correct? c) If there is a mistake what is it and how can I get it corrected? Please provide me some more examples.

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