Understanding inversions – beyond the basics

Contrary to popular belief, inversions are not actually very formal (at least not all of them). Not only are they extremely common, but they're also very useful when we want to make our message more emphatic.

Besides adding emphasis to our messages, be they spoken or written, inversions also make our sentences more interesting and add variety to our use of grammar.

In this course, we're going to study all the different types of inversions, but we'll focus especially on the ones after negative adverbials, given they're the most common.

If you're an English teacher, an advanced user of the language, or if you're preparing for an international exam such as Cambridge C1 or C2, this course is certainly for you!

For further information, please contact us at +55 11 94505-1811. You can also write to higor@higorcavalcanteelt.com.

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I am an English teacher, teacher educator, author, and CELTA tutor based in São Paulo, Brazil. I have been in English language teaching (ELT) for over two decades, and my main areas of interest in ELT are teacher development, phonology, and language development for teachers. Here on Hotmart, my intention is to offer long and short courses for teachers of English in areas such as teaching grammar, vocabulary, phonology, listening, reading, writing, speaking, and much, much more. You can find out more about my work at www.higorcavalcanteelt.com, and you can write to me at higor@higorcavalcanteelt.com

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