Now we talk about Full Negation. A full negation is usually formed in three ways: * Full negative + affirmative predicate: Nobody succeeds. / He was never kinds. * Full affirmative + words with negative prefixes or suffixes, or words implying negation: He was always unkind. / Everybody fails. * Not… any… (Negative predicate + indefinite pronoun or adverb): He cannot remember anything. / I do not know any of them. Examples:
- All his words are incredible.
- Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.
- It is not a joke. 这不是开玩笑。
- He is not a fool.他不是傻瓜。
- There are no more than 50 workers in this large factory.
- He explained this sentence to me, but I’m none the wiser.
- I’m none too sure about him.
- Never leave till tomorrow that which you can do today.
- Never buy a pig in a poke.
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