- GodfreyLv 76 年前最愛解答
Not only can we have fun but we also can play TFG.
When the “not only… but also” structure is used to connect two complete independent clauses, word order is inverted after “not only”. This structure provides more emphasis.
Sentence elements following correlative conjunctions should parallel in form.
- connecting clauses
Not only have I tried live bait, but I have also used artificial lures.
“Not only did he turn up late, but he also forgot his books.”
~ from Cambridge English Dictionary
- connecting phrases
The students asked not only for a big celebration but also for a special holiday.
It is important not only to know the law but also to follow it.
["not only "and "but also" are followed by a complete infinitive]
“The idea has the support not only of the entire Labour Party, but also of a number of Tories”. ~ from Macmillan English Dictionary
“of the entire Labour Party”, “of a number of Tories” ~ similar prepositional phrases
Labour Party = 英國工黨, Tories = 英國保守黨
2014-10-15 20:15:19 補充：
I think your sentence is correct.
2014-10-15 20:25:48 補充：
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- 匿名6 年前
Not only can we HAVE FUN but we also PLAY TGT.-->
Not only can we have fun, but also play TGT
- GaryLv 76 年前
It should be "Not only we can have fun, but also play TGT."