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What means interogative negative statement.it is so difficult for me. When we give statement in both interogative negative then it is called........
anonymousWhen we give statement in both interogative negative then it is called........
I do not understand your question.  (negative form of the statement below)
I understand your question. (a statement)

A statement cannot be both negative and positive at the same time.
An interrogative statement asks a question. The interrogative forms of the previous statements are"

Do you understand my question?
Do you not understand my question? (This is most commonly said with the contraction "don't")
Do'nt you understand my question?

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Why don't you talk to me? Is it correct?
keyboard red Do you want pizza? Change into negative interrogative sentence plzz
anonymous Why don't you talk to me? Is it correct?

Yes.

CJ

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anonymous
keyboard red Do you want pizza? Change into negative interrogative sentence plzz

Don't you want pizza?

CJ

I don t like pizza

Hello,

I'd like to ask about the answer for this question:

Are you going to play?

No, I' m not

OR

No, I won't

I found this example on the net and I'd like to check.

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1. Are you going to play?
No, I'm not (going to play).


2. Will you come and play with me?
No, I won't. (won't = will not)

3. Did you play yesterday?
No, I didn't.


4. Can you play tennis?
No, I can't. I don't know how to play tennis.



The verb in your answer must match the (helping) verb in the question.

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