(1) Only when you have received enough affection can you love others.
(2) Only when you have received enough affection, you can love others.

Grammatically, is (2) completely wrong? Or is it acceptable as well?
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AkavallThanks for the answers. I am not sure that I totally understand what is wrong with #2, but I will watch out for the 'only' clauses from now on Emotion: wink.

Besides only - little, never, and hardly are also applicable.

Little do I know how much he loves me.
Never before have I heard such a cruel story.
Hardly had the evening begun to fall when they flew out.

Best Regards,
Hoa Thai
Thank you very much Hoa Thai.
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