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ldarvenyashkiSuper Member!


Hi Amy,

I would like to ask what is the difference between:

-I have neer seen so many people.

-Never have I seen so many people.


07:59 AM Jan 12 2013 |

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Teacher AmySuper Member!

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Both have the same meaning.

However, “Never have I seen so many people” is an older, more formal usage. You would rarely hear someone speak that way today. You’d be much more liekly to hear, “I have never seen so many people.”



06:55 PM Jan 12 2013 |


yuminagaSuper Member!


“it hit so close to home for me.”    ”hit “hers is verb ,right ?  so on grammer, it should be “it hits”,  lookind forward to you anwser!thank you !

11:52 PM Jan 12 2013 |