_______ enough money, I would buy that car.
(A) Had I (B) Had I had (C) Have I
The answer is (A).
However, this answer seems to go against the grammatical rule that you can delete "if" and then forward had/were/should in if-construction only when "had" is an auxiliary verb modifying a past participle.
Therefore, there's no question with option (B) if we revise the main clasuse as "Had I had enough money, I would have bought that car."
My question here, accordingly, is that whether the sentence
"Had I enough money, I would RV..." an excepion of if-construction in English?
If so, how about the sentence "Have you anything to say?"
Do they go against the rule that only auxiliary verb or be-verb can undergo inversion?
If not, what's the reason?
Could someone help me? Please.1 AnswerYahoo Answers1 decade ago
我的喇叭是剛買的 牌子ALTEC LANSING
而且不時會出現像泡泡破掉 ㄘ的一聲 蠻刺耳的
剪貼他處答案者恕無法贈點1 Answer其他：硬體1 decade ago