French for Beginners: Negation (How to say No)

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Today, the little grammar course covers the topic of negation, meaning how to say not, no longer and never. Let's get watching:

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When you use the negation in a sentence, just follow this pattern:

SUBJECT + ne + VERB + pas/plus/jamais + ANYTHING ELSE

Examples:
Je ne travaille pas à Londres. (I don't work in London).
Alexandre ne sort jamais. (Alexandre never goes out.)
Il n'y a plus de pain. (There is no more bread.)

These are the three main forms of negation in French.

These are the three main forms of negation in French.