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11 Example Sentences Who, Whose,Whom and Definitions WHOSE WHOSE is a pronoun. It is used in questions to ask who owns something. It is a possessive pronoun. Example; her, his, our and etc… Examples Whose gloves are these? Whose notebook was stolen in the class? This is Mary, whose mother went to university with me. Alex whose mother is an Math teacher lives in London. Here are WHOM WHOM is an object pronoun. Example; him, her, us… It should be used to refer to the object of a verb or…

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+50 Prepositions In, On, At IN ON AT in time on watch at high speed in demand on the record at one’s side in of focus on the road at a fraction of in an uproar on oath at the outset in answer to on pain of at the end in anticipation of on the air at sight in arrears on balance at the double in danger on a diet at one time in debt on a journey at a discount in decline on a trip at a distance in defense of on a large scale at a glance in

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Cambridge English exam preparation - C1 advanced / C2 Proficiency This useful table will help you learn the correct structure for inverted sentences. In formal and literary styles, the subject and auxiliary are inverted when negative adverbials are placed at the beginning of the sentence for rhetorical effect.There are different types of negative adverbials, such as “on no account”, “never”,”no sooner”,“hardly”, “only after”, “only when” ,etc. While some of them take the inversion in the…