Adverbe à sens négatif
(rarely, not only, never again)
en tête d'énoncé,
suivi d'un auxiliaire / de be
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Not only could you save money...
GA / ADVnégatif + be + Nsujet + BV + -ing
Not only is the trade deficit continuing at a near-record level...
GA / ADVnégatif + doauxiliaire + Nsujet + BV
Rarely do the monsters of history have
to account for their crimes.
Rarely do the monsters of history have to account for their crimes.
Saddam must now answer for crimes against humanity,
Not only is the trade deficit continuing at a near-record level
but unemployment - after falling for 10 years
since its 1993 peak of 3 million -
suddenly turned sharply upwards.
The job-market puzzle: It is time to stop the slowdown, GI, p. 13, 16.6.2003.
Not only could you save money
when you make a balance transfer or use your credit card to shop,
you could comfortably plan and manage your finances too
- as we've fixed our rate for five years!
The cooperative bank, ad,T, p. 6, 5.4.2003.
A century ago, in 1903, gasoline-powered Oldsmobiles
shouldered past steam-powered Locomobiles
to become America's top-selling brand.
Never again would electric or steam cars rule the road.
Hybrid Autos Are Moving Beyond the Novelty Stage, NYT/Le Monde, p. 7, 9/10.2.2003.
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