And what if after all the bodies are carried out on stretchers, the man is still brought to trial for shouting fire in a crowded theater, and in his defense he points to the burnt ruins of the theater as proof that there really was a fire, only to be told that if he hadn't shouted, then there would have been no fire.
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Had he not shouted, then there would have been no fire. Is it correct? I just want to learn how to use inversion to make it more formal.
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