字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Never before – probably – has inversion been explained so quickly or so simply, so pay attention because that's what we're doing. Inversion is something we do in English for emphasis, formality or style. I will never dance. This sentence follows normal word order: subject, auxiliary verb, adverb, verb. 'Never' is a negative or limiting adverb. Other examples are: rarely, hardly and not often. First, move the negative adverb to the beginning of the sentence. Then invert, or swap, the order of the subject and auxiliary verb. Never will I dance. If your sentence is affirmative and doesn't have an auxiliary verb – for example, the present or past simple – then add one. Rarely do I wake up on time. Remember, it's for emphasis! So only do it for a good reason.