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Negative: They won't/wouldn't have arrived home by now.
Affirmative: He will/would have reached New York.
Negative: He won't/wouldn't have reached New York.
I was trying to change the affirmative sentences into negative ones. Could you please check them out for me and see if they are right? Thank you very much!
Anonymous:change into negative and introgative
she`has rubbed the board
you must have locked the doors
Anonymouschange into negative and introgativesimultaneously?
Hasn't she rubbed the board?
Could you have not locked the doors?
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