This is just a set expression that we tend to use in this way: "Under no circumstances will I..."
And what about these sentences?The first one is awkward. If you want to begin the sentence with the subject, you can write "I'm not going to the mall under any circumstances." The second is fine.
I'm going to the mall under no circumstances.
Under no circumstances am I going to the mall.
Would both be correct?
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