Are you ready to add some negative flair to your French sentences? Well, you’re in luck because today, we’re going to explore the magic of saying “not”, “never”, “nobody”, and “no more” in French.
Have you ever felt frustrated because you couldn’t express what you didn’t like or what you hadn’t done in French? Well, with these four little words, you’ll be able to add that extra oomph to your sentences and express yourself like a true Francophile.
And the best part? It’s easy and fun! You’ll see that once you learn how to use these words, they’ll become your trusty allies in expressing yourself in negative terms. And who knows, you might even impress your French-speaking friends with your newfound skills!
So, buckle up and get ready for a wild ride as we explore the wonderful world of negative expressions in French.
French negatives: How to say not, never, nobody,
no more in French sentences (Grammar A2 level)
So, my dear French learners, it’s time to grab a croissant, a café au lait, and start practicing!
Future you will thank you when you get to practice your French next.
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