178 - de ningn modo no way, by no means en ninguna parte...

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Some negative expressions are created by using a group of words with a specific meaning separate  from their word-for-word translations. It is important to learn these expressions exactly as they are  written because the significance of idiomatic expressions usually depends on the exact order of the  words, and they cannot be looked up in most dictionaries. Following is a list of the most common  negative idiomatic expressions:  ahora no not now apenas scarcely/hardly de ninguna manera no way, by no means
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Unformatted text preview: de ningn modo no way, by no means en ninguna parte nowhere por ninguna parte nowhere en/por ningn lado/sitio/lugar nowhere ni hablar no way ni (ella) tampoco nor she either ni siquiera not even (no) en absoluto absolutely not no ms de (number) no more than (amount) no ms que (action) only (action) no solo sino tambin not only but also (Nunca, no) en mi vida never in my life nunca jams never ever (emphatically) nunca ms never again todava no still not, not yet sin novedad nothing new ya no no longer...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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