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Negative expressions are the opposite of affirmative expressions: 'He doesn't like poodles'; 'She likes poodles'. It's very important to be able to form the negative of a given affirmative word or expression. By the way, when you do this quiz it may help to think of 'negative' as synonymous with 'opposite' in some of these questions.
You should be familiar with negative expressions such as:
This English quiz will test you on finding a negative expression from a positive one. See if you can get top marks.
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