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Sstack U1LB Gr A (2)

Negative and Affirmative Expressions

QuestionAnswer
nada nothing, anything
nadie nobody, anybody
ningún, ninguna none, not any
nunca never
tampoco neither, either
todavía no not yet
ya no not anymore
algo something, anything
alguien somebody, anybody
algún, alguna some, any
siempre always
también also, too
ya already
todavía still
Alguien habla Someone is speaking
Algunos de los niños están escribiendo Some of the kids are writing
What words can precede the verb? nada, nadie, nunca, and tampoco
What word must be added when negative words are put after the verb? No
When must todavía be used with the word "no"? When it is used without a verb
True or False: Most affirmative words (or positive words) are used the same way in Spanish as in English True
Created by: zrosario002