Negatives - Negatives Trato Hecho Chapter 4 A. No is the...

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Negatives Trato Hecho Chapter 4 A. No      is the most common negative.  It always precedes the conjugated verb.   Ella  no  mira la televisión .  She doesn’t watch TV. ¿ No  te gusta esta novela?   Don’t you like this novel. B. Other negatives are: Nada     nothing, (not) anything nunca     never, (not) ever Nadie    no one, nobody, (not) anyone tampoco     neither, not either Ni…ni    neither…nor; not either…or ninguno-a    no, none, not any C. In Spanish double negatives are acceptable and occur frequently.  If one of the  negatives is  no , it precedes the verb.  If  no  is omitted, the other negative must precede  the verb. No  oigo  nada.           Nada  oigo.          I don’t hear anything. Ella  no  canta nunca.       Ella  nunca  canta.     She never sings. D.
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