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    No Longer Can Money Be Used As An Excuse

    What is the rule for building this sentence structure?

    "No Longer Can Money Be Used As An Excuse"

    is it an ungrammatical structure?

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    Re: No Longer Can Money Be Used As An Excuse

    It would be fine if only the first letter of the first word were capitalized. Subject and verb can be reversed in certain kinds of statements. Students should be able to understand such phrases but don't need to know how to construct them.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: No Longer Can Money Be Used As An Excuse


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    Re: No Longer Can Money Be Used As An Excuse

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    That's it the answer.Thank u very much, the link above is very helpful, every student needs that explanation.

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    Re: No Longer Can Money Be Used As An Excuse

    Quote Originally Posted by Darryus View Post
    Thank u
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