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Rewrite this sentence using "No" at the beginning. It doesn't matter whether you are busy or not, he always insists on accompanying you.

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    Is this correct? No matter whether you are busy or not,he always insists on accompanying you.

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    Yes - it's correct. I was about to write just that when I realized you'd already done it.

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