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    Inversion - in any circumstances

    'He would go on working in any circumstances.' Do I need inversion here?
    Which version is correct:
    'In no circumstances would he go on working' or 'In no circumstances he would go on working.'

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    Re: Inversion - in any circumstances

    Quote Originally Posted by barnej0096 View Post
    'He would go on working in any circumstances.' Do I need inversion here?
    Which version is correct:
    'In no circumstances would he go on working' or 'In no circumstances he would go on working.'
    They mean the opposite of the original sentence.

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