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    Only when do I let you talk she will follow me

    Is it grammartically right when I say 'Only when do I let you talk she will follow me'?
    Is there someone who let me know how to use inverson to emphasize something?
    Thanks.

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    Re: Only when do I let you talk she will follow me

    It's not clear what you are trying to say. What does following have to do with someone else talking?

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