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    concession and inversion

    I need someone explain me " Concession and Inversion " in grammar what they are mean ? Please give also example to understand them easily.
    Thanks alot,,

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    Re: concession and inversion

    Inversion is an unusual, reversed word order, when, for instance the subject of the sentence goes after the predicate:
    Usual: The sun (the subject) rises (predicate) in the east.
    Reversed: Here comes (predicate) the sun (subject).

    It's a vast topic, but I am short of time now, sorry.


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