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It's a lot easier to learn about negative Spanish sentences if you have already learned the important  vocabulary typically used in negative sentences and their affirmative counterparts. Table 1 is a list of affirmative words that have negative counterparts. It is important to learn these  words and understand that a negative sentence will never use the affirmative versions even though 
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Unformatted text preview: the English equivalent might. Table 1. Affirmative and Negative Words Affirmative Negative sí (yes) no (no, not) algo (something) nada (nothing) alguien (someone, somebody) nadie (no one, nobody) alguno/-a/-os/-as (any, some) ninguno/–a (no, no one, not any, none)* o …o (either …or) ni …ni (neither …nor, not …nor) siempre (always) nunca, jamás (never, not ever) también (also) tampoco (not either, neither)...
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