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Inversion

Inversion is the reversal of the usual order of the words in an English sentence. The normal order of an English sentence is subject – verb – object. We use inversion for various effects. There are two types of inversion in English. Subject and verb inversion to become verb – subject. Subject and auxiliary inversion to become auxiliary – subject – verb. This English lesson will tell you all you need to know about how and when to use inversion. The pack contains a self-test excercise with over 250 questions designed to get you using inversion properly. Each time you do the self-test exercise you will be given 10 random questions. This way, you will be able to get hours of practice constructing sentences with inversion.

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5WH Questions

Using the question words what, why, when, where, who and how, is the easiest way to get all the information you need about any subject. This lesson explains in detail how to use these interrogatives, subject and object sentences, adverb questions, why questions, indirect questions, polite requests, rhetorical questions, useful English grammar as it relates to questions, sentence structure, subjects, objects and passives, the pronunciation of questions, rising or falling intonation, and how to punctuate sentences when writing. Included are hundreds of example sentences for situations such as shopping, eating out, travel, entertainment, time and weather.

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