in no way (beginning or middle of a sentence)

Gabriel Malheiros

Senior Member
Portuguese - Brazil
Hi, there

I'd like to know when I should use "in no way" at the beginning of the sentence, and when I shouldn't.

Like in these sentences:
"I will in no way have you treat her like this" or "In no way will you treat her like this".
"In no way I will allow you in this house" or "I will in no way allow you in this house"

Thank you very much
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    "I will, in no way, have you treat her like this" or "In no way, will you treat her like this."
    "In no way, I will allow you in this house" or "I will, in no way, allow you in this house."

    "In no way" is adverbial - all positions are fine.
     

    Gabriel Malheiros

    Senior Member
    Portuguese - Brazil
    "I will, in no way, have you treat her like this" or "In no way, will you treat her like this."
    "In no way, I will allow you in this house" or "I will, in no way, allow you in this house."

    "In no way" is adverbial - all positions are fine.
    So, if I say In no way will I allow you in this house", won't you frown your eyebrows? .. Wouldn't it be better" I will in no way allow you in this house"?
     
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