1 is correct; 2 is incorrect. Fast enough?
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I'm a bit confused about which one of these two sentences is correct:
1. No matter how much I like her, she refuses to be friends.
2. No matter how much do I like her, she ...
The answer is needed as soon as possible. THANKS!!!
That's not inversion.
No matter is not a negative. It means regardless of.
She refuses to be my friend, no matter how much I like her.
Or try Yoda speak:
Like her very much, I do. Friends, she refuses to be.
Last edited by lotus888; 27-Jun-2014 at 19:26.