In Russian we can easily invert comparative sentences but I'm having doubts about whether it is possible in English.
In Russian this works due to different comparatives "Чем" и "Тем".
- Чем выше ты взлетаешь, тем больнее падать.
- Падать тем больнее, чем выше ты взлетаешь.
We place the second part in the beginning and place the verb (or noun) before the comparative.
I doubt that inverting in such a way is possible in English.
- The higher you fly, the more painful it is to fall.
What technique should I use to place "the more painful it is to fall" in the beginning?