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Q: Every young boy loves to watch football matches.

A: There is no young boy who does not love to watch football matches/a football match.

I'd like to know whether I need to change a singular noun after the negative verb in the answer sentence. Thanks a lot.

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ShwemitterI'd like to know whether I need to change use a singular or a plural noun after the negative verb in the answer sentence.

Plural if you want to preserve the meaning in the sentence marked 'Q'.

(You don't have a real 'question' and 'answer' here, by the way.)

CJ

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