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56 - anyone algún alguna some any o…o either …or...

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Negative Expressions Essential Grammar #56
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Indefinite and Negative words These are words that are used to refer to the negative or for generalizations. The positive word or the indefinite word can be placed in the sentence without having to alter it. If using a negative word, you must add “no” in front of the verb [causing a double negative] if the negative word follows the verb. If the negative word comes before the verb, a “no” is not needed. Lot of words…. It is easier than these words.
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Indefinite/Positive ; Negative algo something alguien someone/ somebody/
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Unformatted text preview: anyone algún/ alguna some/ any o…o either …or siempre always también also/ too nada nothing nadie no one/ nobody/ not anyone ningún / ninguna not any / none ni . . ni neither…nor nunca/ jamás never tampoco neither / not either Indefinite and Negative words Remember to use personal “a” when using alguien and nadie as objects. Pero = but Sino = but Sino is used when the next part of the sentence will be contrary (a contradiction) to the first part. I am a good wife, but a terrible cook. Yo soy esposa buena, sino cocinadora horrible....
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