Change the normal sentence into one with inversion. You may have to change some of the words.
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We use inversion when we move negative adverbials barely, hardly, rarely, never etc. to the beginning of a sentence.
In the following expressions, the inversion comes in the first part of the sentence: never (before) barely, seldom, rarely, little, hardly ever, nowhere (else), on no account, under no circumstances, not only... but (also), only then, only later, in no way, only in this way. NEGATIVE ADVERB + AUX/MODAL VERB + SUBJECT + MAIN VERB Customers seldom buy these laptops. => Seldom do customers buy these laptops. They only discovered his secret then. => Only then did they discover his secret. I had never seen the film. => At no time had I seen the film.
1) have we heard 2) does Mark use 3) did the man know 4) can you get 5) did I go 6) must you leave 7) does he come 8) did they apologise 9) have I seen 10) do we like