Negative inversion tweets

Here are some tweets that illustrate negative inversion:













Now write some examples of your own.


Comments

José said…
Hi Graham,

Always is Gerard Piqué a victim. Everybody does chases him. Is he a sport model of respect to an adversary. Not only believes he is the best person at his home, but in around the world. Never does he bad anything, but always is he going to apologize. ¡Poor man! With the aggressive face that he appears in the picture, is it possible that he is saying that the grass is a bit high? I can’t believe it. I’m sure that he is talking about the relatives of the linesman. As always invent the referees lies to damage him and the spectators whistle without a reason.

See you.
Graham said…
Hi José,

Thanks for having a go at this post on Negative Inversion. I created it for a group which is doing CAE, and it took me quite some time to find tweets that illustrate what they had studied in class. You made a more than decent attempt at it and as always with a sense of humour. Well done!


Gerard Piqué is always a victim. Everybody does chase him. He is a sporting, model of respect to an adversary. Not only does he believe that he is the best person at his home, but also all around the world. Never does he do anything bad, but he is always going to apologize nevertheless Poor man! With the aggressive face that he has in the picture, is it possible that he is saying that the grass is a bit long? I can’t believe it. I’m sure that he is talking about the relatives of the linesman. As always, the referees make up lies to damage him and the spectators whistle without any reason.

I have sent you a couple of articles about an incident involving Piqué to your Twitter account.

I agree with you about him but I don't dislike him because of his views on the Catalan question.


I'll show you how to use Negative Inversion tomorrow.