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how do we transform 'no sooner sentences' sentences to 'as soon as'

how do we transform 'no sooner sentences' sentences to 'as soon as' sentences without changing the meaning of the sentence
5 years ago
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Vijayaraghavan

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Subject + no sooner + verb + than + clause Ex.: I no sooner (had) arrived home than the phone rang. No sooner + auxiliary verb + subject + main verb + than + clause Ex.: No sooner had I arrived home than the phone rang. Ex.: No sooner did I arrive home than the phone rang. As soon as + subject + verb + main clause Ex.: As soon as I arrived home, the phone rang. Main clause + as soon as + subject + verb Ex.: The phone rang as soon as I arrived home.
Answered 5 years ago
bogus English teacher

so ,to the extrem and such to be mentioned
Answered 5 years ago
araya

when we difine so,she is so beautiful and when we difine such to be mentioned
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araya

she is so beautiful and my boss is such a wenderful person
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araya

my girlfriend is so beautifull,my teacher is such a nice guy ,its too cold today,the labrary guys is very nice lady,
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araya

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