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Cat and John: Do Simple Present Part 2 by DanielNieto2004 on 12-14-2016
And how do you make a negative sentence?
Oh! That’s simple. To make a negative sentence in English we normally just have to use “don’t” or “doesn’t” with all verbs.
And does that also depends if you’re saying it in first, second or third person?
We add “don’t” between the subject and the verb. We use “don’t” when the subject is in first, second and plural third. But when the subject is in singular third form, we add “doesn’t” between the subject and the verb. But remember, in every negative sentence the letter “s” (in third person’s verb), always disappears.
How’s the order of a negative sentence?
Subject – Negative Contraction (don’t – doesn’t) – Verb – The rest of the Sentence
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