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    not only

    Are these sentences correct:
    1-I not only opposed him, I hated him.
    2-I not only opposed him, I also hated him.
    3-I not only opposed him, but I also hated him.
    4-I didn't only oppose him, I also hated him.
    5-I didn't only oppose him but I also hated him.

    6-Not only did I oppose him, I also hated him.

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    #2
    1-I not only opposed him, I hated him.
    • I not only opposed him, but I also hated him.

    2-I not only opposed him, I also hated him.
    • I not only opposed him, but I also hated him.

    3-I not only opposed him, but I also hated him.
    OK

    4-I didn't only oppose him, I also hated him.
    --Use a semicolon or a period instead of a comma.

    5-I didn't only oppose him but I also hated him.
    OK

    6-Not only did I oppose him, I also hated him.
    • Not only did I oppose him, I also hated him.

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