Usage examples Inversion, Ellipsis, Substitution

  • I study in the university, and so does my girlfriend.

  • Seldom was the child so quiet.

  • At no time was it required.

  • Only then did he see his money was stolen.

  • He is smart but indecisive.

  • My husband doesn't like dancing but I do.

  • Never had she imagined that.

  • Here comes Santa Claus!

  • I have never worked as a waiter, and never has she.

  • My sister is going to New York, and so is her best friend.

  • She hasn't been to London, and neither have I.

  • My mum was very angry, and so was my grandmother.

  • Little did he know about his future.

  • Seldom did he look angry or sad.

  • On no account may the Queen be rude.

  • No sooner did she open the door than her dog ran out.

  • Hardly had she recovered from her disease before she fell ill again.

  • In no way was it planned.

  • Only then did I understand the danger we were in.

  • Not a word did he say to her since they broke up.

  • Never had he been so proud of his daughter.

  • Here comes the Queen!

  • I wasn't satisfied, and neither was the coach.

  • Little did she know she would love it.

  • Seldom was anything too hard to do for her.

  • On no account can you go there alone.

  • No sooner did I come home than my mum started shouting at me.

  • Hardly had he returned from Paris before he got back to work.

  • In no way was your personal information disclosed.

  • Only then did she look at him.

  • Not a word did I hear from her since she moved.

  • Only if she graduates from the university will she get the job.

  • Not until May will he go on holidays.

  • Should you have any questions, call your professor.

  • Had it not been for her mum, she would have chosen another university.

  • Seen my glasses?

  • I have won the competition before and I will do so again next year.

  • Never had I seen a person like her.

  • There goes my trip to Rio.

  • Never had I been so angry.

  • There goes your chance to win!

  • I can't speak Spanish, and neither can she.

  • My mum can dance salsa, and so can my dad.

  • Little did I know it would be my last chance.

  • Rarely do I go to the theatre.

  • Under no circumstances will I lie to my mother.

  • Only then did I realize how foolish I was.

  • Like your dress.

  • By doing so you can pay less for the electricity.

  • Only if you close the deal will you get promoted.

  • Not until September will she receive her visa.

  • Should you need any help, please contact the receptionist.

  • Here comes your friend!

  • I shouldn't eat junk food, and neither should you.

  • Her brother is always very kind to me, and so is she.

  • Only then did she press the button.

  • Are you ready to go? I am.

  • We ran out of flour, I need to buy some.

  • Never had we imagined it could be so difficult.

  • Here comes the President!

  • She is not right, but neither are you.

  • I was surprised, and so were the others.

  • Seldom was the time when she was wearing white.

  • At no time should you include personal information on email.

  • Only then did I fall asleep.

  • She is talented but lazy.

  • My mum has never been to the USA but I have.

  • Never had he felt so alive.

  • By doing so you can improve your health.

  • Never had she been so happy.

  • My wife didn't like the room, and neither did I.

  • I hate cats, and so does my mum.

  • Only then did the game finally begin.

  • I would go to France or Canada.

  • I don't speak Spanish but she does.

  • Never had she felt such strength.

  • Here comes the boss!

  • The girl didn't speak, and neither did I.

  • My grandfather likes dogs, and so does his brother.

  • Only then did I learn something.

  • Was he in the office yesterday? He wasn't.

  • Never had he heard his father sound like this.

  • There goes the holiday.

  • She wasn't happy, and neither was I.

  • My sister was very happy, and so was her friend.

  • There goes another love song.

  • She wouldn't be angry, and neither would her mother.

  • He works as a teacher, and so does she.

  • Little did we know everything would change soon.

  • Here comes the bride!

  • He didn't believe her, and neither did her father.

  • She likes poetry, and so do I.

  • At no time did he tell me the truth.

  • Only then did he notice her.

  • The teacher is strict but just.

  • I would never go diving and she would.

  • By doing so you can lose weight.

  • Had it not been for my friend, I would not have done it.

  • Call you later.

  • I started running because I really wanted it.

  • There goes your weekend.

  • Only then did Mary tell him the truth.

  • I'm very happy you came.

  • There goes my lunch.

  • Only then did I begin to think.

  • There goes progress.

  • Sorry for upsetting you. I didn't mean to.

  • There goes Friday.

  • Hope you have a nice holiday!

  • There goes Thanksgiving.

  • There is no milk in the fridge, can you buy some?

  • Never had she been to such a lovely cafe.

  • Here comes the teacher!

  • I didn't go to the game, and neither did my brother.

  • Only later did they realize they made a terrible mistake.

  • Do you want to talk to them? I don't.

  • She lost her phone and went to buy a new one.

  • Never had I seen a young woman speak with such force.

  • Here comes the prime minister!

  • She didn't want to cook, and neither did her sister.

  • Rarely does he speak to his sister.

  • At no time did I experience such stress.

  • Only then did I realize I made a terrible mistake.

  • How much is that bag? - Fifty.

  • Never had I felt so alone.

  • Here comes the tea!

  • She shouldn't smoke, and neither should you.

  • I love travelling, and so does my friend.

  • Only then did she start crying.

  • I can't come today but I can tomorrow.

  • She said so.

  • Never had she slept so deeply.

  • Here comes the pizza!

  • You mustn't leave the house, and neither must your sister.

  • He is sorry for hurting you. He didn't mean to.

  • I expect so.

  • Only once did I see my uncle in the past three years.

  • I broke my glasses and had to buy new ones.

  • Never had he seen such a beautiful face.

  • Here comes the Sun!

  • I didn't mean to be rude, and neither did the waiter.

  • Only then did he realize how much he loved her.

  • My mum likes spicy food, and so do I.

  • Only then did he see the light.

  • She can't call you now but she can in two hours.

  • I think so.

  • Never had he seen him that disappointed.

  • Never had they spent money so freely.

  • Here comes the groom!

  • She didn't move, and neither did I.

  • I take piano lessons, and so does he.

  • Only then did she come closer.

  • The punishment for the criminal was tough but fair.

  • My sister can sing but I can't.

  • Never had we spent so many days apart.

  • He was sad you weren't at the party.

  • She likes all books except this one.

  • Here comes the judge!

  • Never had I known such joy.

  • Here comes the guide!

  • I didn't have a choice, and neither did he.

  • Only then did he find out his wife lied to him.

  • I knew he wasn't home.

  • Never had he felt something like that before.

  • Here comes the priest!

  • I didn't like the film, and neither did he.

  • There goes Halloween.

  • He will not do it, and neither will I.

  • I really love pizza, and so does my best friend.

  • Little did he realize he was home.

  • Rarely does she feel happy.

  • Under no circumstances should you call your boss.

  • Only then did she realize she hadn't eaten anything for eight hours.

  • Coming?

  • She told me he was in Paris.

  • Only then did I notice he left the room.

  • Is she going to the party? She isn't.

  • Is she going with us? She is.

  • Never had I seen such a beautiful girl.

  • Only then did she remember that she left her purse at home.