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    Inversion

    The success of the scheme has been such that the same principle is to be applied in other cases.
    Such...
    Such has the success of the scheme been that the same principle is to be applied in other cases.
    Is it correct?

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    Re: Inversion

    Quote Originally Posted by barnej0096 View Post
    The success of the scheme has been such that the same principle is to be applied in other cases.
    Such...
    Such has the success of the scheme been that the same principle is to be applied in other cases.
    Is it correct?
    Not quite. It should be "Such has been the success of the scheme that ..."

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