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Extracted from Oxford Dictionary:

A. There is no way we could afford that sort of money.

B. No way am I going to drive them there

and

C. No way could we afford that sort of money.

D. There is no way I am going to drive them there.

E. No way is there I am going to drive them there.

F. In no way I am going to drive them there.


I am wondering:

  • if all the items- C, D, E, and F - are considered correct, grammatically and semantically and

  • if A,B,C,D,E and F mean the same thing:

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E is not grammatically correct. What follows is there has to be a noun or noun phrase.

A and C mean the same.

B, D, and F mean the same.

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