Normal sentence : The man who is contented is happy.
Inverted sentence : 1. Happy is the man who is contented.
2 . Happy the man who is contented is.
Is sentence number 2 correct?
Can someone help me I'd appreciate it.
Only if you are Yoda. This thought is equating happiness with contentment. There are many ways to write this, but your #2 is very awkward.
Happy is the man who is contented.
Contented is the man who is happy.
A happy man is a contented man.
A contented man is a happy man.
|link comment||answered Apr 07 '14 at 14:34 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
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