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Affirmative and Negative Words. page 283 Avancemos 2. Affirmative / Negative Words. Here are some affirmative and negative words that you already know. Remember they are ANTONYMS. Affirmative Words. alguien algo alguno, alguna (pronoun) algún, alguna (adj.) siempre también o…o.

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Affirmative and negative words

Affirmative and Negative Words

page 283

Avancemos 2


Affirmative negative words

Affirmative / Negative Words

  • Here are some affirmative and negative words that you already know. Remember they are ANTONYMS.


Affirmative words

Affirmative Words

  • alguien

  • algo

  • alguno, alguna (pronoun)

  • algún, alguna (adj.)

  • siempre

  • también

  • o…o


Negative words

Negative Words

  • nadie

  • nada

  • ninguno, ninguna (pronoun)

  • ningún, ninguna (adj.)

  • nunca

  • tampoco

  • ni…ni


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Affirmative / Negative Words

  • Alguno (a) and ninguno (a) have different forms before masculine singular nouns.

  • alguno > algún

  • ¿Quieres algún filete? (adj.)

  • Do you want some steak?

  • Sí, quiero alguno. (pron.)

  • Yes, I want some.


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Affirmative / Negative Words

  • Ninguno > Ningún

  • ¿Quieres algún filete? (adj.)

  • Do you want some steak?

  • No, no quiero ningún plato con carne. (adj.)

  • No I do not want any dish with meat. –OR-

  • No, no quiero ninguno (pron.)

  • No, I do not want any.


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Affirmative / Negative Words

  • Affirmative words usually come before the main verb of the sentence. In a question they may come after the verb.


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Affirmative / Negative Words

  • Ella también lo recuerda.

  • ¿Alguien cumplió años?

  • ¿Se repartió algo?

  • ¿Siempre vas a la panadería?


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Affirmative / Negative Words

  • A double negative is required in Spanish when no comes before the verb.

  • Memorize this construction:No + verb + Neg. Word

  • No veo nada.

  • I do not see anything.


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Affirmative / Negative Words

  • When alguien or nadie is the object of a verb, you must use a personal “a.”

  • ¿Conoces aalguien de España?

  • No, no conozco anadie de España.


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