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Could you teach me how the following sentence can be rearranged into an accepted pattern of subject-verb inversion sentence?
-It has never been more difficult for an academic to make his name.
and how should I define "presupposition" according to the theory of linguistics? any example?
Last edited by HermanYim; 09-Feb-2014 at 06:28.
What about the following example?
-"You would see a diamond like this in no other country in the world."
rearranged into subject-verb inversion sentence as below:
-"In no other country in the world a diamond like this would you see."
Is this sentence correct in terms of subject-verb inversion?
Not since 1912 have we...
Never in a million years would I...
Rarely, would we...